“The Orthodox community is silent on those issues, but on this, they revolted,” he says.
When one of her real-life exes came home with a Boyzilian, Shallon was revolted.
Republicans revolted against Boehner and the Bush administration.
The notion of intra-family sex has inspired—and revolted—onlookers from Oedipus to Deliverance.
In 1929 they revolted against collectivization, leading to a decade-long struggle.
Tolstoy revolted at the theme, but could not deny the freshness and power of the author.
There was an implied crime-partnership in her glance which revolted him.
At this time, with cautious, half reluctant hand, he raised the veil from a phase of life which astonished and revolted me.
His own revolted town of Mantes was the first object of his fury.
Early in 1857 the garrison of Meerut, near Delhi, revolted, and the British troops failed to suppress it.
1550s, from Middle French révolte (c.1500), back formation from revolter (see revolt (v.)), or else from Italian rivolta.