Definition of Revolutionaries

1. Noun. (plural of revolutionary) ¹



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Definition of Revolutionaries

1. revolutionary [n] - See also: revolutionary

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revolutionaries

revolter
revolters
revolting
revoltingly
revolts
revoluble
revolute
revoluted
revolutes
revoluting
revolution
revolutionalise
revolutionalised
revolutionalises
revolutionalising
revolutionaries (current term)
revolutionarily
revolutionary
revolutionary group
revolutioner
revolutionise
revolutionised
revolutionises
revolutionising
revolutionism
revolutionist
revolutionists
revolutionize
revolutionized
revolutionizer

Literary usage of Revolutionaries

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1. Some French Contemporary Opinions of the Russian Revolution of 1905 by Encarnación Alzona (1921)
"Yesterday they [the Russian revolutionaries] exaggerated the rights of the governed up to ... He had no sympathy whatever with the Russian revolutionaries. ..."

2. Russia and the Great War by Grigoriĭ Aleksinskiĭ (1915)
"The German, Austrian, and Turkish Government's endeavour to corrupt the Russian revolutionaries. The noble reply of certain of these latter to the agents of ..."

3. Russia and the Great War by Grigoriĭ Aleksinskiĭ (1915)
"CHAPTER V I. The dread of a Russian victory among the revolutionaries and Socialists of Russia. The workers do not share this dread. ..."

4. The Russian Peasant and the Revolution by Maurice Gerschon Hindus (1920)
"CHAPTER XIII THE SOCIAL-revolutionaries AND THE PEASANT WITH the fall of the ... More than any other political party the Social- revolutionaries have the ..."

5. A Diplomatist's Wife in Many Lands by Hugh Fraser (1910)
"... his Reply to the revolutionaries in 1848 — His Good Luck and Coolness —The Battle of Custozza — His Uncle John, "The Best Loved Man in Austria," the ..."

6. Forty Years of Diplomacy by Roman Romanovich Rosen (1922)
"... Minister—Government incapacity—The Wyborg Manifesto— Political inexperience—Iswolsky and the Emperor—The Socialist revolutionaries—An abominable crime. ..."

7. Forty Years of Diplomacy by Roman Romanovich Rosen (1922)
"... Minister—Government incapacity—The Wyborg Manifesto— Political inexperience—Iswolsky and the Emperor—The Socialist revolutionaries—An abominable crime. ..."

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