Thesaurus / revert
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Apparently a small population restricted to a small island tends to revert to the primitive type.
SPECIATION IN THE BRAZILIAN SPINY RATSJOO MOOJEN
At the end of the six months he will revert to the status of a Reserve Officer.
THE PLATTSBURG MANUALO.O. ELLIS AND E.B. GAREY
But this reasoning will appear much stronger when we revert to other slopes upon the Mer de Glace.
THE GLACIERS OF THE ALPSJOHN TYNDALL
To revert to Bayreuth, "Parsifal" was produced there in July, 1882.
THE COMPLETE OPERA BOOKGUSTAV KOBB
Since that time he had occasionally allowed his thoughts to revert to it regretfully, though not bitterly nor rebelliously.
A herding or an agricultural people, if it moves into a new country, rich in game, may revert to a hunting life.
FOLKWAYSWILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER
Seedlings from Chionodoxas do not always come true to the parent, but may revert to one or other of its ancestors.
THE BOOK OF BULBSSAMUEL ARNOTT
In places one comes upon old fields that have been allowed to revert to broom sedge, scrub oak and scrub pine.
GEORGE WASHINGTON: FARMERPAUL LELAND HAWORTH
When I have finished what I have to say, we will revert to the subject no more.
THE DOP DOCTORCLOTILDE INEZ MARY GRAVES
Like them, it had no tendency to revert to the quadruped habit.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
WORDS RELATED TO REVERT
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