Rebel synonyms

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A person engaged in insurgent activity
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A person who provokes or takes part in an insurrection
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(Archaic) Warfare carried on by guerrillas
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One who riots; part of the unruly violent crowd causing a riot.
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One who overthrows.
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A person engaged in a political revolution
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The definition of a maverick is an unbranded animal or someone who doesn’t follow a group’s rules.
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Someone who innovates; a creator of new ideas.
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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Used other than as an idiom: see break,‎ with.
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To participate in a mutiny; revolt against constituted authority
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Willing to do what pleases others.
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A person regarded as subversive
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The definition of an anarchist is a person who rebels against rules or any sort of authority.
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An absolute skeptic; a person who believes in the truth of nothing.
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A person engaged in a political revolution
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The definition of a demagogue is a leader who plays to peoples' emotions and uses prejudices to gain power.
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Someone who revolts; a rebel or deserter
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Someone who advocates separation from the established Church; a member of any of various sects or schismatics.
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A person who is not satisfied with current conditions; a discontented person
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(Ecclesiastical) One who disagrees or dissents; one who separates from the established religion.
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One who promotes or engages in schism.
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Under the United States Code of Military Justice, a person who has been placed on AWOL status for more than 30 days
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One who refuses to accept the doctrines or usages of an established or a national church, especially a Protestant who dissents from the Church of England.
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One who secedes, such as from a country or organization
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A person who has renounced a religion or faith.
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(Obs.) An apostate from an established church
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A traitor; one who turns against a previous affiliation or allegiance.
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A person who opposes a revolution and attempts to reverse the changes made by it
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A person who abandons a party, movement, etc. and goes over to the other side; traitor; turncoat
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One who favored the secession of the Southern states
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An advocate of the communist doctrines of Leon Trotsky
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A person engaged in a political revolution
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A person engaged in a political revolution
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A Soviet citizen, esp. a Jew, refused permission to emigrate
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A member of a movement in England in the 17th century advocating the political and religious independence of individual congregations.
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Someone who does as they wish, unconstrained to external influences
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The definition of an iconoclast is someone who destroys religious images or who attacks popular beliefs.
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The definition of a nonconformist is a person who refuses to adhere to established social orders or to fulfill the expectations placed on him by custom or society.
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A person who experiments.
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(Of a horse etc) To rear
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Rise is defined as to wake up, stand up, go to a higher place or increase in amount.
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Resist is defined as to fend off, oppose or work against.
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To turn away; to abandon or reject something; specifically, to turn away, or shrink, with abhorrence.
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(Intransitive) To set against or in opposition to something.
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To refuse to submit to or cooperate with:
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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To dismantle and pack up for departure:
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To boycott is to not use or buy a product or service in order to show support for a cause.
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To overthrow or destroy something
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(Now Rare) To waste (money, time, etc.) in disorderly or profligate living
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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(Intransitive) To split from or to withdraw from membership of a political union, an alliance or an organisation.
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To decide or declare that one will no longer engage in (a practice) or use (something):
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Combat means to fight or struggle.
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To attempt to stop the progression of; to resist or antagonize by physical means, or by arguments, etc.; to contend against; to confront; to resist; to withstand.
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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To shorten (a tire) in the process of resetting, originally by cutting it and hammering on the ends.
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(Intransitive) To throw (something) so that it goes too far.
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To refuse to obey an order of (somebody).
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(Idiomatic) To cause a considerable disturbance.
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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(Idiomatic) To go on a rampage; to be in an uncontrollable rage.
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To quarrel
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To object
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To object
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To subject to a condition or process:
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To carry out or fulfill the command, order, or instruction of.
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To resist or endeavor to overthrow a government or other authority
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(Mathematics) The root of a quantity as indicated by the radical sign.
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(Intransitive, now rare) To retreat before an opponent. [from 14th c.]
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Marked by defiance; boldly resisting.
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Resentful and rebellious, especially against authority.
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Inclined to make trouble; unruly.
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Not submissive to authority:
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Pertaining to, or characterized by, insurrection.
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Like or characteristic of mutiny
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Deviating from what is considered right or good; wrong, improper, etc. or corrupt, wicked, etc.; specif., sexually perverted
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Of, relating to, or characteristic of a rebel or rebellion:
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Difficult to manage or deal with:
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(Medicine) Difficult to treat.
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Uneasily impatient or hard to control under restriction, opposition, criticism, or delay:
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Inclined toward or engaging in sedition
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Hard to handle, treat, or deal with; intractable
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Hard to control, restrain, or keep in order; disobedient, disorderly, etc.
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One who agitates, especially one who engages in political agitation.
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A torch or other burning stick with a flame at one end.
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Someone who, in the opinion of others, believes contrary to the fundamental tenets of a religion he claims to belong to.
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An incendiary bomb, substance, etc.
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Someone who participates in mutiny
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(Historical) someone refusing to attend Church of England services, between the sixteenth and early nineteenth centuries
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Any of a group of younger people seeking to take control of an organization, party, country, etc. from an entrenched, usually conservative, group of older people
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To come up from a lower to a higher position.
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1667, John Milton, Paradise Lost:
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Willing to comply; yielding; bending; pliant; submissive; willing to do what someone wants.
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Willing to comply with the commands, orders, or instructions of those in authority.
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To accept or support a policy or program:
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To comply is to do what is asked of you or to act in accordance with a set of standards.
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A person who, typically as part of an organized movement, revolts against or forcibly resists an oppressive political or social system
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Used as a title of respect for a man. Used with the given name.
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A Confederate soldier in the American Civil War.
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(New Zealand, pejorative) An inexperienced new worker, usually an immigrant.
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(Dated) A louse.
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A person engaged in a political revolution
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To remove from a throne; depose
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A muscle that opposes the action of another muscle, as by relaxing while the other one contracts, thereby producing smooth, coordinated movement.
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