Definitions for rebellion
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word rebellion.
refusal to accept some authority or code or convention
"each generation must have its own rebellion"; "his body was in rebellion against fatigue"
rebellion, insurrection, revolt, rising, uprisingnoun
organized opposition to authority; a conflict in which one faction tries to wrest control from another
Armed resistance to an established government or ruler.
The government is doing its best to stop rebellion in the country.
Defiance of authority or control; the act of rebeling.
Having a tattoo was Mathilda's personal rebellion against her parents.
An organized, forceful subversion of the law of the land in an attempt to replace it with another form of government.
The army general led a successful rebellion and became president of the country.
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Insurrection against lawful authority.
Etymology: rebellion, Fr. rebellio, Lat. from rebel.
He was victorious in rebellions and seditions of people. Francis Bacon.
Adam’s sin, or the curse upon it, did not deprive him of his rule, but left the creatures to a rebellion or reluctation. Francis Bacon, Holy War.
Raz’d by rebellion from the books of life. John Milton.
the act of rebelling; open and avowed renunciation of the authority of the government to which one owes obedience, and resistance to its officers and laws, either by levying war, or by aiding others to do so; an organized uprising of subjects for the purpose of coercing or overthrowing their lawful ruler or government by force; revolt; insurrection
open resistance to, or defiance of, lawful authority
Rebellion, uprising, or insurrection is a refusal of obedience or order. It may, therefore, be seen as encompassing a range of behaviors aimed at destroying or taking over the position of an established authority such as a government, governor, president, political leader, or person in charge. On the one hand the forms of behaviour can include non-violent methods such as the phenomena of civil disobedience, civil resistance and nonviolent resistance. On the other hand it may encompass violent campaigns. Those who participate in rebellions, especially if they are armed rebellions, are known as "rebels". Throughout history, many different groups that opposed their governments have been called rebels. Over 450 peasant revolts erupted in southwestern France between 1590 and 1715. In the United States, the term was used for the Continentals by the British in the Revolutionary War, and for the Confederacy by the Union in the American Civil War. Most armed rebellions have not been against authority in general, but rather have sought to establish a new government in their place. For example, the Boxer Rebellion sought to implement a stronger government in China in place of the weak and divided government of the time. The Jacobite Risings attempted to restore the deposed Stuart kings to the thrones of England, Ireland and Scotland, rather than abolish the monarchy completely.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
name of two risings of Jacobites in Scotland to restore the exiled Stuart dynasty to the throne, one in behalf of the Pretender in 1715, headed by the Earl of Mar, and defeated at Sheriffmuir, and the other in behalf of the Young Chevalier, and defeated at Culloden in April 1746.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
The act of rebelling; open and avowed renunciation of the authority of the government to which one owes allegiance; the taking of arms traitorously to resist the authority of lawful government; revolt; insurrection.
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British National Corpus
Rank popularity for the word 'rebellion' in Nouns Frequency: #2899
The numerical value of rebellion in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of rebellion in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
This account is not managed by Extinction Rebellion UK or Extinction Rebellion East Midlands, and these messages are and so are not the movement.
I hold it, that a little rebellion, now and then, is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical. Unsuccessful rebellions, indeed, generally establish the encroachments on the rights of the people, which produced them. An observation of this truth should render honest republican governors so mild in their punishment of rebellions as not to discourage them too much. It is a medicine necessary for the sound health of government.
The contradictory traits of a' thug' and Peppa Pig make people laugh, peppa Pig's an act of subculture rebellion.
Extinction Rebellion's latest target is McKinsey & Co, the world's leading management consultants, high priests of global capitalism, xR is demanding that McKinsey use its enormous influence over governments and business to effect drastic reduction of global carbon emissions and prevent the worst effects of climate breakdown.
The judgment in our favor shows that the police clearly overstepped the mark when they imposed a blanket ban on any XR (Extinction Rebellion) related protest.
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- паўстанне, мяцежBelarusian
- rebel·lióCatalan, Valencian
- vzpoura, povstání, rebelieCzech
- Aufstand, RebellionGerman
- insurrección, rebeliónSpanish
- ([[aseellinen]]) [[vastarinta]], kapina, vastarintaFinnish
- felkelés, lázadó, ellenszegülés, lázadás, zendülésHungarian
- դիմադրություն, ապստամբություն, խռովությունArmenian
- 反逆, 反抗, 反乱, 反発, 謀反, 蜂起, 無視Japanese
- rebellionis, rebellioLatin
- RebelliounLuxembourgish, Letzeburgesch
- maištas, sukilimasLithuanian
- verzet, oproer, rebellie, opstandDutch
- rebelia, rewolta, buntPolish
- бунт, мятеж, восстание, неповиновениеRussian
- ùstanak, pȍbuna, búnaSerbo-Croatian
- trots, upprorSwedish
- непокора, повстання, бунт, ребелліонUkrainian
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