Definitions for rebellious
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word rebellious.
resisting control or authority
"temperamentally rebellious"; "a rebellious crew"
disaffected, ill-affected, malcontent, rebelliousadjective
discontented as toward authority
participating in organized resistance to a constituted government
"the rebelling confederacy"
Samuel Johnson's Dictionary
Opponent to lawful authority.
Etymology: from rebel.
From the day that thou didst depart out of Egypt, until ye came unto this place, ye have been rebellious against the Lord. Deutr. ix. 7.
This our son is stubborn and rebellious, he will not obey our voice. Deutr. xxi. 20.
engaged in rebellion; disposed to rebel; of the nature of rebels or of rebellion; resisting government or lawful authority by force
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
Engaged in or marked by rebellion; traitorously renouncing the authority and dominion of the government to which allegiance is due; violently resisting government or lawful authority; as, rebellious troops.
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The numerical value of rebellious in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of rebellious in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Show me the prophet, or any great person who did not possess a rebellious mind and spirit.
The act of sinning is to allow your will to become rebellious, or do the things wrong that are under your own control.
Lots of Hong Kong people think of us as troublemakers, young people are more appreciative, I guess this has to do with the spirit of being rebellious.
The Internet scrutiny of her body has pushed her over the limit that any person would experience, perhaps her seemingly inappropriate posting of nearly nude photos is an in-your-face rebellious response. [It’s] a way of asserting that she owns her body and not the massive anonymous invisible crowd of critics out there who have been haranguing her for the past months.
I would rather die without the surgery and be able to still sing in my regular voice and still travel, at first [my parents] .?.?. thought I was being rebellious. But where we’re at now, they understand.
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Translations for rebellious
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- انفصام شخصيهArabic
- rebelCatalan, Valencian
- rebellisch, aufsässigGerman
- ανυπότακτος, στασιαστικόςGreek
- kapinoiva, kapinallinenFinnish
- rétif, rebelleFrench
- 반항적 인Korean
- rebellis, iracundiam provocans est:Latin
- бунтарский, бунтующий, мятежный, повстанческийRussian
- ương ngạnhVietnamese
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