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Definition of "counter-revolutionary" [counter-revolutionary]

  • Alternative form of counterrevolutionary. (adjective)
  • Alternative form of counterrevolutionary. (noun)

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Use "counter-revolutionary" in a sentence
  • "Since then, what challenges he has faced have been quickly defined as counter-revolutionary, and public dissent rigorously controlled."
  • "ÂÂ As revolutionary leader of the Soviet state, he signed the Treaty of Brest-Litovsk with Germany (1918) and repulsed counter-revolutionary threats in the Russian Civil War."
  • "Chávez, however, has gone way out on a limb, remarking that Liu was a "counter-revolutionary" who was surely serving out a jail sentence "for violating Chinese laws.""
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