Part of speech:
The action of rising up; specif., an outbreak against a government; revolt
Apparent movement of the sun and stars around the earth
Revolt against and, often, forcible resistance to constituted authority; esp., rebellion of soldiers or sailors against their officers
Sedition is defined as words or speech that incite people to rebel against the government or governing authority.
(Intransitive) To become ill.
To break a law, religious commandment, etc.; commit a sin or crime
To feel or cause to feel loathing or disgust.
To rebel is to go against authority.
To come up from a lower to a higher position.
A concerted action by two or more individuals or entities to avoid commercial dealings with a business or to induce others to take the same action. This may include the refusal to work for the business and to purchase or distribute the company’s products. While peaceful boycotts are generally legal, boycotts that use coercion or intimidation to prevent others from dealing with the targeted business are not.
A characteristic movement of the primate thumb, in which the pad of the thumb can be placed in contact with the pads of the fingers of the same hand.
To give up (a claim, right, belief, etc.), usually by a formal public statement
To engage in unrestrained revelry
To disturb the mind or emotions of; affect with great surprise, distress, disgust, etc.
Lack of agitation or excitement; tranquillity; serenity
An agreement or a treaty to end hostilities:
A literary work which brings together or arranges systematically parallel passages of historians respecting the same events, and shows their agreement or consistency.
To be agreeable; give pleasure; satisfy
To give great pleasure or joy:
To be in agreement; be harmonious.
To carry out or fulfill the command, order, or instruction of.
(Archaic) To fulfill; to accomplish.
To subject to a condition or process:
Rise is defined as to wake up, stand up, go to a higher place or increase in amount.
The action or an instance of rebellion; an insurrection.
(Scots) To be pleased.
The act of something that rises.
cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of
To sicken or distress (someone) by being disgusting, gory, or appalling.
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