Definition of "repugnant"
  1. Reflects a state of contradiction where things cannot be reconciled or agreed upon
How to use "repugnant" in a sentence
  1. The new policy was repugnant to the company's core values, leading to internal conflict.
  2. The lawyer argued that the client's actions were not obscene, but they were repugnant to common moral standards.
  3. The judge ruled the clause in the contract repugnant as it conflicts with the established law.

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