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Re*pugn" (r?-p?n"), v. t. [F. r'epugner, L. repugnare, repugnatum; pref. re- + pugnare to fight. See Pugnacious.]
To fight against; to oppose; to resist.
Stubbornly he did repugn the truth.
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