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
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The failures have been baking experiments done with too loose a hand, growing squash with seed that reverted to their primitive forms with a very bitter taste.
In other business, the council gave approval without opposition to a measure creating a non-reverting fund to be controlled by the Gary Redevelopment Commission.
Once the city's contract with SMG ended in June, the council members unanimously agreed to send a letter to Tufton that Aberdeen, based on a recommendation from SMG, would revert to the 2002 Concession Agreement.
Starting this year, however, T-Mobile had reverted to 1.1 million net new customers before slipping below the seven-digit threshold this spring.
Partner Kristen Vasilakos has, to a certain extent, the ability to calm his spasticity, and they dance, in intervals, until Vasquez again reverts to his convulsions and tremors.
But the scoreboard reverted to 22 — apparently the roof shot was subtracted — and Judge added another with a few seconds left. Seeming tired, Sanchez opened the second round with 10 and Sano needed just 3:10 to hit 11, the longest at 491 feet.
Stalingrad, the site of a ferocious World War II battle—but after the mustachioed despot’s myriad sins were exposed, the city reverted to Volgograd in 1961.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., said long ago that the system cannot just revert to the pre-ObamaCare age.
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Origin and Etymology of revert
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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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