Life really does revolve around food, especially in New York.
You need not worry about your wardrobe or wake-up call because everything here seems to revolve around your pleasure.
To the surprise of many Americans, foreigners have independent lives which do not revolve around us.
And not all of them revolve around white sins or a dishonorable moment.
As for ordinary folks, water-cooler talk tends to revolve around a memorable line or telling anecdote.
He began to revolve in his mind some decided means of coming to an explanation with Beatrix.
Indeed, even while he was speaking the wheels of Fate had already begun to revolve.
He sat in the dark till the wheel began to revolve, then struck a sudden light and found the ghost.
But the empire had extended too far west to revolve about that distant pivot.
The sun seems to revolve around the earth, and the earth seems to stand still.
late 14c., "to change direction, bend around, turn (the eyes) back," from Old French revolver and directly from Latin revolvere "roll back, unroll, unwind; happen again, return; go over, repeat," from re- "back, again" (see re-) + volvere "to roll" (see volvox). In 15c., "to turn over (in the mind or heart), meditate." Meaning "travel around a central point" first recorded 1660s (earlier "cause to travel in an orbit around a central point," mid-15c.). Related: Revolved; revolving.