Words and phrases that have a meaning related to rebellion:   (186 results)

Often used in the same context:
revolt, insurrection, uprising, mutiny, dissidence, rebel, insurgency, revolutionaries, unrest, guerrilla, protests, putsch, revolution, insurgence, counterrevolution, guerilla, secessionist, anarchy, restiveness, dissent, repression, rioting, bloodshed, militancy, risings, coup, discontent, militia, rebelliousness, agitation, dictatorship, separatist, radicalism, mutineers, renegade, overthrow, subversion, strife, disaffection, separatism, monarchism, countercoup, reconquest, civil disobedience, lawlessness, imamate, mahdist, bonapartist, conflict, factionalism, tyranny, bloodless revolution, manchus, autocracy, pogrom, violence, sedition, disunion, secession, backlash, castroism, disobedience, terrorization, vietminh, disillusionment, sepoy mutiny, upheavals, landlordism, great proletarian cultural revolution, liberation, authoritarianism, furies, nationalism, paris commune, royalist, manchu dynasty, stirrings, republicanism, warlord, dissensions, oppression, movement, dictator, fascist, christianisation, sectionalism, senussi, republic, outlawry, spartacist, tripolitania, colonialism, defiance, tyrant, vassalage, mobs, emperor napoleon iii, despotism, independence, puritanism, resentment, war, rebellions, revolts, rising, insurrections, rebels, uprisings, riot, riots, quarrel, confrontation, discontents, ago, reconstruction, cromwellian, crusading, depression, famine, formative, hohenstaufen, islam, jacksonian, jacobean, napoleonic, reagan, reform, reformation, revolutionary, shek, stalinist, suffrage

More specific:
great revolt, insurgency, mutiny, peasant's revolt

Appears in the definition of:
., amount, arise, black and tan, boxer, earl of leicester, frederick north, freedom fighter, great revolt, harry hotspur, hotspur, incendiary, incitive, inflammatory, instigative, insurgence, insurgency, insurgent, insurrectionist, isolated, montfort, mutineer, mutiny, nat turner, north, peasant's revolt, percy, pontiac, pulverize, quelled, quelling, quench, rabble-rousing, rebel, rise, rise up, sardonic, second earl of guilford, seditious, simon de montfort, sir henry percy, turner

More general:
battle, conflict, resistance, struggle

insurrection, revolt, rising, uprising

Also try:
— Adjectives for rebellion: open, armed, great, irish, late, successful, adolescent, popular, serious, actual, more...

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See rebellion used in context: 16 rhymes, 19 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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