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The people revolted against the King, and were able to establish a democratic governmentThousands of people were killed during the years of revolt against the military regime in that country.

The people revolted against the King, and were able to establish a democratic government.

The Premier is facing a revolt by party members who object to his dictatorial style.

The government gave in when the armed forces joined the revolt against the President.

Tibor revolted against his classical piano background in favor of playing jazz.

The dish was the most revolting thing I have ever tasted.

There was a revolting smell coming from the old abandoned building.

She was thoroughly revolted by his disgusting behavior.

Russian anarchist Mikhail Bakunin once said that to revolt is a natural tendency of life.

The Intifada was a revolt that began in December 1987 by Palestinian Arabs to protest Israel's occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

The Celtic queen Boadicea led a revolt against the Romans living in Britain, in 60 A.D.

The Japanese Emperor Juntoku was exiled to the island of Sado in 1221 after leading an unsuccessful revolt against the Kamakura shogunate.

During a violent revolt in 1989, the Romanian people overthrew their dictatorship government.

A large group of slaves revolted in Brazil in the 1800s, and were sent back to Nigeria.

In February of 1954, the President of Syria fled the country following riots, and a revolt by the army.

In May of 1810, Argentina began a revolt against Spain.

Spartacus led a slave revolt against Rome in 71 B.C.


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