revolting

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VerbEdit

revolting

  1. present participle of revolt
    The feudal subjects decided to revolt.

NounEdit

revolting (countable and uncountable, plural revoltings)

  1. revolution; revolt
    • 1837, The American Biblical Repository (volume 9, page 316)
      Yet revoltings of the soul would attend this violence to nature, this abuse of physical and intellectual energy, while the beauty of social order would be defaced, and the fountains of earth's felicity broken up.

AdjectiveEdit

revolting (comparative more revolting, superlative most revolting)

  1. repulsive, disgusting
    The most revolting smell was coming from the drains.

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