revolting (adj.) Old form(s): reuolting
rebellious, mutinous, insurgent
1H6 I.i.4[Bedford as if to comets] scourge the bad revolting stars / That have consented unto Henry's death
2H6 IV.i.87[Lieutenant to Suffolk] The false revolting Normans thorough thee / Disdain to call us lord
KJ III.i.257[Cardinal Pandulph to King Philip, of King John] let the church, our mother, breathe her curse, / A mother's curse, on her revolting son
R2 III.iii.163[King Richard to Aumerle, of their tears] make a dearth in this revolting land
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