His last few years have been a revolving door of corruption, scandal, resignation, and reinstatement.
Evolve a revolving roundtable of women, or men, with diverse, unpredictable views.
Earlier this month, the Fed reported that in October, revolving credit rose at a 7.5 percent annual rate.
Are pistols with revolving barrels, sword-sticks, bowie-knives, and such things, Institutions on which you pride yourselves?
revolving Door: Karlie Kloss has switched from Next Models to IMG Models, and will be working with the same manager as Gisele.
It shook the cab as it resumed its revolving with a sputter and a cough in the muffler.
The most elaborate discussion only consists in revolving on one's own axis.
Some roll a huge stone, others are bound to the revolving wheel.
There might have been one revolving at ten million miles, another at fifteen, and so on.
Mrs. Thompson turned right round on her revolving chair, and spoke very gently.
1690s, present participle adjective from revolve (v.). Revolving door attested from 1856 in industrial processes, 1896 in buildings.
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.