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revolutionist

noun rev·o·lu·tion·ist \ˌre-və-ˈlü-sh(ə-)nist\

Definition of REVOLUTIONIST

revolutionist adjective

Examples of REVOLUTIONIST

  1. <after a long series of weak leaders, the people were ready for a revolutionist who promised to bring sweeping change to the nation>
  2. <historically, revolutionists have generally been young men willing to risk everything, even their lives, in the pursuit of their cause>

First Known Use of REVOLUTIONIST

1710

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