a person who advocates or takes part in a .
of, relating to, or characteristic of a ; revolutionary:
But he was a revolutionist, an often shabby, poverty-stricken genius with a taste for the bottle.
Marx’s Not-So-Marxist Marriage Mary Gabriel September 20, 2011
But though I am a bit of a revolutionist myself, I cannot quite go with you in the extreme violence you suggest.
A Miscellany of Men G. K. Chesterton
The voice of the revolutionist died behind him, in a chorus of fury.
Long Live the King Mary Roberts Rinehart
He was not a revolutionist; he knew well that violence would be no remedy; that there lay only madness and deeper misery.
Thomas Carlyle Hector Carsewell Macpherson
Nay, it is only now that the work of the revolutionist begins.
The Conquest of Bread Peter Kropotkin
I should not allow inane sentimentality to influence me: it is beneath the revolutionist.
Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist Alexander Berkman
Quite the contrary; and Verloc was as well aware of that as any other revolutionist of his standing.
The Secret Agent Joseph Conrad
The revolutionist ought without cease to develop every iota of his energy; he must deepen and broaden it; but this demands time.
Mother Maksim Gorky
It is not by destroying, but by creating, that you have just done the work of a revolutionist.
The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete Emile Zola
But in saying this I must beg my reader to understand that a radical is not necessarily a revolutionist or even a republican.
Rachel Ray Anthony Trollope
a less common word for a revolutionary
of, characteristic of, or relating to revolution or revolutionaries
1710; see revolution + -ist.
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a noisy, violent public disorder caused by a group or crowd of persons, as by a crowd protesting against another group, a government policy, etc., in the streets. Law. a disturbance of the public peace by three or more persons acting together in a disrupting and tumultuous manner in carrying out their private purposes. violent […]
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