But he was a revolutionist, an often shabby, poverty-stricken genius with a taste for the bottle.
But though I am a bit of a revolutionist myself, I cannot quite go with you in the extreme violence you suggest.
The voice of the revolutionist died behind him, in a chorus of fury.
He was not a revolutionist; he knew well that violence would be no remedy; that there lay only madness and deeper misery.
Nay, it is only now that the work of the revolutionist begins.
I should not allow inane sentimentality to influence me: it is beneath the revolutionist.
Quite the contrary; and Verloc was as well aware of that as any other revolutionist of his standing.
The revolutionist ought without cease to develop every iota of his energy; he must deepen and broaden it; but this demands time.
It is not by destroying, but by creating, that you have just done the work of a revolutionist.
But in saying this I must beg my reader to understand that a radical is not necessarily a revolutionist or even a republican.