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revolution
Definition:
Act of revolving: motion round a centre: course which brings to the same point or state: space measured by a revolving body: extensive change in the government of a country: a revolt.

Synonyms:

noun
act
revolution.
change
mutation, novelties, novelty, transfiguration, transition, transmogrification, transubstantiation, turnover, variation, turnovers.
changes
adjustment, correction, effect, evolution, reform, trend, shake up.
circuit around something
circle, circumvolution, cycle, gyration, gyre, lap, orbit, pirouette, reel, revolve, revolving, roll, rotation, round, spin, swirl, turn, turning, twirl, wheel, whirl.
coup
coup de maitre, stroke of genius, up set, successful stroke.
disobedience
indiscipline, insubordination, nonobservance, Insubmission, waywardness, Non-observance.
disorder
anarchism, lawlessness, statics, terrorism, riotings.
drastic action or change, often in politics
anarchy, bloodshed, cabal, coup, crime, debacle, destruction, disorder, foment, innovation, insubordination, insurgency, metamorphosis, mutiny, outbreak, overthrow, overturn, plot, rebellion, reformation, reversal, revolt, rising, row, shift, strife, strike, subversion, transformation, tumult, turbulence, turmoil, turnover, unrest, upheaval, uprising, uproar, upset, violence, golpe, guerrilla activity, radical change, shake-up, underground activity, coup d'état.
event
revolution.
revolution
coup, gyration, mutiny, rebellion, revolt, rotation, upheaval, uprising, upset, Overturning, restructuring.
roll
Trundling.
rolling
rolling, rotation.
rotation
circulation, circumnavigation, gyration, rotation.
ruin
subversion.
torque
armband, necklace, armbands.
Examples of usage:
  1. In the case of a few of the more important poems, especially those dealing with the Revolution, I have given variorum readings. – The Poems of Philip Freneau, Volume I (of III) by Philip Freneau
  2. A Story of the French Revolution. – Salome by Emma Marshall
  3. Citizens implore the mother to effect a reconciliation, failing which they threaten a revolution. – The Life and Works of Friedrich Schiller by Calvin Thomas
  4. The great revolution and the romantic movement. – The Unity of Civilization by Various
  5. Are you well up in the Revolution? – A Mummer's Tale by Anatole France

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