Synonyms for Revolution:

n.

cycle, revolving, twirl, circumvolution, swirl, wriggle, roll, round, spin, orbit, whirl, reel, twist, about-face, circuit, turn. debacle, cataclysm, epoch, metamorphosis, circle, revolve, disintegration, substitution, reconstruction, swing, rotate. repetition, wheel, geometry. Insurgence, sedition, insurgency, resist. changes (noun)
correction, evolution, reform, shake up, trend, effect, adjustment.
circuit around something (noun)
gyration, twirl, spin, circumvolution, circle, revolving, orbit, round, reel, swirl, whirl, revolve, cycle, turn, roll, wheel, rotation.
disobedience (noun)
insubordination.
drastic action or change, often in politics (noun)
anarchy, insurgency, revolt, uprising, overthrow, overturn, strike, reversal, violence, unrest, plot, insubordination, bloodshed, turmoil, coup, rising, tumult, debacle, foment, uproar, mutiny, outbreak, cabal, disorder, strife, metamorphosis, row, upheaval, subversion, destruction, rebellion, upset, turbulence, reformation.
revolution (noun)
mutiny, coup, revolt, rotation, gyration, uprising, rebellion, Overturning, upheaval, restructuring, upset.
rolling (noun)
rolling, rotation.
rotation (noun)
rotation, gyration, circulation, circumnavigation.
ruin (noun)
subversion.

Other synonyms:

swirl, about-face, strike, Insurgence, roll, circumvolution, twist, whirl, insurgency, reformation, turn, wriggle, orbit, circle. swing, outbreak, disorder, disturbance. convulsion. cataclysm, wheel. circuit
spin.
course
circuit.

Usage examples for revolution

  1. " Possibly he's starting a revolution – The Unspeakable Perk by Samuel Hopkins Adams
  2. All that was of the Cadios of the revolution who began to be or who wanted to be something, no matter what. – The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters by George Sand, Gustave Flaubert Translated by A.L. McKensie
  3. In 1895 the revolution broke out. – The Hispanic Nations of the New World Volume 50 in The Chronicles Of America Series by William R. Shepherd