A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
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First published 1990 (DOST Vol. VII).
Repugnable, adj. [e.m.E. capable of being refuted (1579–80), (of laws) contrary (to) (1655); Repugn(e v. Cf. obs. F. répugnable (14th c. in Wartburg).] Contrary, opposed. — 1632 Lithgow Trav. ix 398.
No such … repugnable currents, as be in the firths of Stronza and Westra
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