revolutionist

[ rev-uh-loo-shuh-nist ]SEE DEFINITION OF revolutionist

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Quite the contrary; and Verloc was as well aware of that as any other revolutionist of his standing.

It is not by destroying, but by creating, that you have just done the work of a revolutionist.

This revolutionist was not fit for an independent existence.

He reflected that a revolutionist is seldom true to the settled type.

And also he's a revolutionist because of the contrariness in him that artists usually have.

In the year 1791, it was inhabited by the revolutionist Carnot.

The Frenchman especially is always a Revolutionist—and never an Anarchist.

In literature, only a revolutionist can thoroughly overpower a revolutionist.

He was a Genevese by birth, Calvinist by blood, revolutionist by development.

He was, in fact, a Revolutionist who happened also to be an emperor.

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