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Definition of "rebelled" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of rebel. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "rebelled" in a sentence
  • "After each of the spells where his brain rebelled against the nanomeds transforming his brain, rewiring the infinite complexity of ‘individual’ to co-exist with many concepts originating from outside his own will, Adam was different yet again."
  • "We rebelled from the British and it is time to take up arms again and fight these bastards that are trying to destroy this great nation of ours. winstone"
  • "Capitolii qui erant custodes senatui, &c. He mentions an example of the Saxons and Suevi, who, after they had been subdued by Agrippa, again rebelled: tintinnabulum sonuit; sacerdos qui erat in speculo in hebdomada senatoribus nuntiavit: Agrippa marched back and reduced the — Persians, (Anonym. in Montfaucon, p. 297,"