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At any other news organization, management would be facing a revolt over such madness.

New York’s next leader will contend with budget crises, a small business sector in a free fall, a struggling mass transit system, a school system in open revolt, and a grieving populous.

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In 2019, DoorDash faced a customer revolt over a tipping policy that appeared to allow DoorDash to pocket tips that were meant for drivers.

From Fortune

No wonder LGBTQ people are in revolt, and voting as if our lives depend on it.

Such large-scale employee revolts over issues unrelated to pay, benefits, or working conditions were unprecedented.

From Fortune

Corruption was one of the main reasons Ukrainians revolted against the Yanukovych government last winter.

In 1929 they revolted against collectivization, leading to a decade-long struggle.

Republicans revolted against Boehner and the Bush administration.

On 25 November 2001, during an initial interrogation screening in one of the courtyards, the prisoners revolted.

When one of her real-life exes came home with a Boyzilian, Shallon was revolted.

Woman-like, she could advise and help to the end, but the meanness of the means revolted.

But the heart of this people is become hard of belief and provoking, they are revolted and gone away.

But he hath revolted from him and sent ambassadors to Egypt, that it might give him horses, and much people.

So you may have received your punishment and have revolted under it; and perhaps you may have had a right to revolt.

She revolted against the tyranny that held her shut in, enslaved, body and soul, in that wonderful Greek world of hers.


On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to revolted, such as: appalled, outraged, queasy, tired, unhappy, and weary.

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