revolutionary

[ rev-uh-loo-shuh-ner-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF revolutionary

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REVOLUTIONARY

He led America out of revolutionary victory into infant nationhood.

The latter was as evolutionary and as revolutionary as the Home Rule Bill.

It would be revolutionary so to do by a simple vote of this body.

We had a passenger, who passed for some revolutionary man, who also landed secretly.

I questioned them, and learnt that revolutionary troubles were beginning in Paris.

Nobody, even in revolutionary France, imagines that it will work.

That dinner must have marked the height of the revolutionary tide in England.

They were latent in all the thinking of the revolutionary period.

The revolutionary difficulties in the State of Oaxaca, have not yet been settled.

In those two phrases lies all the power of revolutionary faith.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REVOLUTIONARY

evolutionary

adjectivepertaining to evolution or development
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