Workers lollygag, die of dehydration and exhaustion, and revolt.
Gaspin stressed in his comments that NBC wanted to stick with Leno at 10 p.m. for a year but was facing a revolt from affiliates.
Nearly two years have passed since Tony Blair was forced out of Downing Street by a Labour Party revolt.
The “Wingtip” wing of the Republican caucus is ready to revolt and force action.
Until the Maccabean revolt, he explained, most Jews were content to sleep peacefully in family caves after death.
Undoubtedly since the revolt of the duodenum her grip of him had sensibly tightened.
Everybody had to be in revolt, though it might not always have been easy to say against just what.
Some thought it a revolt; others were of opinion it was a revolution.
One night he and a group of companions set out on their revolt.
Philip realized that William was the soul of the revolt and that without him it might not improbably have been put down.
1550s, from Middle French révolte (c.1500), back formation from revolter (see revolt (v.)), or else from Italian rivolta.