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Meanings of Revolters:

noun

A person who revolts or has revolted; an apostate; an insurgent; a rebel.

Revolting

rɪˈvəʊl.tɪŋ

Meanings of Revolting:

adjective

Causing intense disgust; disgusting.

Usage examples:

There was a revolting smell that lingered in the air
verb

Take violent action against an established government or ruler; rebel.

Usage examples:

The iceni revolted and had to be suppressed

Meanings of Revoltingly:

adverb

In an extremely unpleasant way

Usage examples:

He grinned revoltingly., some of the people were revoltingly overweight.

Meanings of Revolts:

verb

Take violent action against an established government or ruler; rebel.

Usage examples:

The iceni revolted and had to be suppressed
noun

An attempt to end the authority of a person or body by rebelling.

Usage examples:

A country-wide revolt against the government

Meanings of Revoluble:

adjective

Able to revolve, revolving; rolling.

Meanings of Revolute:

adjective

(especially of the edge of a leaf) curved or curled back.

Usage examples:

Species of sections musa and rhodochlamys share common characteristics, possessing the same chromos…

Meanings of Revoluted:

adjective

Rolled downwards or back, or towards the lower side.

Revolution

ˌrev.əˈluː.ʃən

Meanings of Revolution:

noun

A forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favour of a new system.

Usage examples:

The country has had a socialist revolution

Meanings of Revolutional:

adjective

Revolutionary.

Revolutionaries

ˌrev.əˈluː.ʃən.ər.i

Meanings of Revolutionaries:

noun

A person who advocates or engages in political revolution.

Usage examples:

They would act like any revolutionary vanguard, as lenin or indeed the french revolutionaries had i…
adjective

Involving or causing a complete or dramatic change.

Usage examples:

A revolutionary new drug

Meanings of Revolutionariness:

noun

The quality or state of being revolutionary.

Meanings of Revolutionary:

adjective

Involving or causing a complete or dramatic change.

Usage examples:

A revolutionary new drug
noun

A person who advocates or engages in political revolution.

Usage examples:

They would act like any revolutionary vanguard, as lenin or indeed the french revolutionaries had i…

Meanings of Revolutioneering:

noun

The action of carrying out a revolution; agitation for revolution.

Meanings of Revolutioner:

noun

A supporter or approver of the glorious revolution, or of the principles which inspired it.

Revolutionise

ˌrev.əˈluː.ʃən.aɪz

Meanings of Revolutionise:

verb

Change (something) radically or fundamentally.

Usage examples:

This fabulous new theory will revolutionize the whole of science

Meanings of Revolutionised:

verb

Change (something) radically or fundamentally.

Usage examples:

This fabulous new theory will revolutionize the whole of science

Revolutionising

ˌrev.əˈluː.ʃən.aɪz

Meanings of Revolutionising:

verb

Change (something) radically or fundamentally.

Usage examples:

This fabulous new theory will revolutionize the whole of science

Revolutionist

ˌrev.əˈluː.ʃən.ər.i

Meanings of Revolutionist:

adjective

Relating to a complete change in a system of government, or bringing or causing great change

Usage examples:

A revolutionary leader/program/idea, computers have brought revolutionary changes to publishing.

Meanings of Revolutionized:

verb

Change (something) radically or fundamentally.

Usage examples:

This fabulous new theory will revolutionize the whole of science

Revolutionizing

ˌrev.əˈluː.ʃən.aɪz

Meanings of Revolutionizing:

verb

Change (something) radically or fundamentally.

Usage examples:

This fabulous new theory will revolutionize the whole of science

Revolutions

ˌrev.əˈluː.ʃən

Meanings of Revolutions:

noun

A forcible overthrow of a government or social order, in favour of a new system.

Usage examples:

The country has had a socialist revolution

Meanings of Revolvable:

adjective

Capable of being revolved.

Revolve

rɪˈvɒlv

Meanings of Revolve:

verb

Move in a circle on a central axis.

Usage examples:

Overhead, the fan revolved slowly

Meanings of Revolve around:

idiom

Center upon

phrasal verb

To have someone or something as the main or most important interest or subject

Usage examples:

The conversation revolved around childcare problems., his whole life revolves around football.

Meanings of Revolve-round:

phrasal verb

To have someone or something as the main or most important interest or subject

Usage examples:

The conversation revolved around childcare problems., his whole life revolves around football.

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