Re`per*cuss"ive (-k?s"?v), a. [Cf. F. r'epercussif.]

1.

Tending or able to repercuss; having the power of sending back; causing to reverberate.

Ye repercussive rocks! repeat the sound. W. Pattison.

2.

Repellent.

[Obs.] "Blood is stanched by astringent and repecussive medicines."

Bacon.

3.

Driven back; rebounding; reverberated.

"Rages loud the repercussive roar."

Thomson.

 

© Webster 1913.


Re`per*cuss"ive, n.

A repellent.

[Obs.]

Bacon.

 

© Webster 1913.

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