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.
The campers were almost gone, the fairgrounds reverting to barren acreage.
Yet, fifth-round pick OL J.J. Dielman was claimed off waivers by the Los Angeles Rams and reverts to their 53-man roster.
If costs continue to escalate, Zurbuchen says in his memo, NASA may need to abandon the 2.4-meter mirror and revert to the original, cheaper design using a 1.5-meter one.
Notable among these is China, which was partially occupied by Japan in the early 20th century and says Tokyo is reverting to militarism.
Prisoner health care costs will revert to the state.
After Raqqa's fall, the group will most likely revert to operating as an insurgency and focus on carrying out attacks abroad instead of capturing and holding territory, experts said.
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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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