To discharge or eject into the sea; debouch; discharge into sea, etc.; eject.
1. To cause to be preoccupied
2. To make a positive impression (on someone) beforehand:
3. To possess beforehand.
4. To bias or prejudice favourably; to impress
1. To be repellent to; cause aversion in; SYN. repulse.
2. To cause to move back by force or influence; SYN. drive, repulse, force back, push back, beat back.
3. To force or drive back; SYN. repulse, fight off, drive off, rebuff, drive back.