Thesaurus / revolve

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A sharp cutting instrument, fixed on a bench, is brought into contact with the surface of the sphere, which is made to revolve.
The weight descending caused the cylinder to revolve, setting the train in motion.
TIME TELLING THROUGH THE AGESHARRY CHASE BREARLEY
Indeed, even while he was speaking the wheels of Fate had already begun to revolve.
THE MISSIONARYGEORGE GRIFFITH
Henceforward he and his two colleagues were the pivots around which the further proceedings were to revolve.
THE DELIGHT MAKERSADOLF BANDELIER
As we revolve in our orbit we approach or recede any given star, and our rate of motion being known we thus obtain a second test.
THE BEAUTIES OF NATURESIR JOHN LUBBOCK
Nor does the play, as is usual in serious dramas in this country, revolve round one character, the hero or heroine.
THE EMPIRE OF THE EASTH. B. MONTGOMERY
The drum, on which the insulated wire was wound, began to revolve rapidly as fathom after fathom was paid out.
It certainly required some little time to enable gentlemen to revolve it in their minds.
This table is made so that it can revolve upon its stand, and can be clamped.
The velocity with which the pump should revolve depends upon the height to which the water is to be raised.
GREAT FACTSFREDERICK C. BAKEWELL

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