Revolution in a sentence as a noun

This will produce a major economic revolution in at least one country!

As in we are currently in the midst of the greatest revolution in human health of our lives, and this guy is running in the wrong direction.

However, it could start a revolution in information access.

This talk of "right-brain" revolution has become so popular that no one even realizes the fundamental irony of it all.

As the industrial revolution happened, this rule was relaxed, because as it turns out it's impossible to make industry that doesn't pollute.

Most Americans remain completely unaware of the events of the 1953 coup; This makes any mention of the '79 revolution without the context of the '53 coup propaganda, plain and simple.

It's a Khunian revolution out of "the pill and the scalpel" mindset and into a deeper understanding of root causes of wide classes of disease and general unhealthiness in 21st century society.

He was far enough from mainstream to be familiar, and even sympathetic to the 60s counterculture, but also cynical enough to embrace technology, rather than revolution, as a way forward.

Diplomatic cables report how American officials frequently assured skeptical governments that the training was aimed at reform, not promoting revolutions.

The islamic revolution occurred in Iran as a direct result of the hostile actions of the CIA, who in 1953 overthrew the democratically elected leader of Iran and installed the Shah as an absolute monarch, with full authorisation from Eisenhower and Churchill.

I think the element you are missing is that the Greek government spending is very inefficient; they're not investing in some kind of economy-growing infrastructure revolution, they're spending money on totally unreasonable union contracts and extraordinarily early retirement for large classes of pensioners.

Revolution definitions


a drastic and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving; "the industrial revolution was also a cultural revolution"


the overthrow of a government by those who are governed


a single complete turn (axial or orbital); "the plane made three rotations before it crashed"; "the revolution of the earth about the sun takes one year"

See also: rotation gyration