Examples of revert in a Sentence
after the national emergency had passed, the political parties abandoned their shotgun unity and reverted to their partisan squabbling
Recent Examples of revert from the Web
Del Grande said his idea for a rebranded Café Annie (which last year reverted back to its original handle after years of operating as RDG + Bar Annie) came after much contemplation about the evolution of food culture in Houston.
As part of the agreement to move that game to Baton Rouge, the 2017 meeting reverted to Gainesville.
In fact, progress on this front reverted back to 2008 levels this year, after peaking in 2013.
The group is also increasingly reverting to its weapon of choice: suicide attacks.
Pinterest Holly reverted to her maiden name on Facebook after Makenzie’s death.
Ambassador O’Sullivan, speaking at the same Atlantic Council meeting, said if the U.S. sanctioned European companies, the EU would revert to a 1990s-era law that protects European companies from American sanctions.
According to Hallman, task force chair Frances Waters said during a public forum that the space may revert to its original name: Oak Lawn Park.
Maybe Bullock will revert to average and Elliott will suddenly become the next Justin Tucker.
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Origin and Etymology of revert
REVERT Defined for Kids
Word Root of revert
legal Definition of revert
- if the donee of a general power fails to exercise it…the appointive assets revert to the donor's estate
- —W. M. McGovern, Jr. et al.
revertibleplay \-ˈvər-tə-bəl\ adjective
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