Meaning of revulsive in English:

revulsive

Pronunciation /rɪˈvʌlsɪv/

adjective & noun

See revulsion

‘If nothing else, give him credit for knowing how turn a perfectly nice blues-rock dance party into revulsive sex-drug splooge.’
  • ‘The intrusion of spoken words and emotion into the supreme place of privacy - the sanctuary of the mind - is deemed wholly revulsive to them.’