Related formsan·ti·re·vi·sion·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for revisionist
But, if anything, there is a bright side to this revisionist history.
Despite its patent fallacy, the impact of the “Christian Nation” revisionist history on American attitudes is substantial.
Instead, he condescended with a dishonest and revisionist history of the GOP.
The film director has just co-written a revisionist history of the United States that is ideological drivel.
Their real complaint is that, for the most part, the revisionist narrative has failed to become the dominant narrative.
Khrushchev then became the object of violent attacks in the Albanian press, being castigated as more of a revisionist than Tito.Area Handbook for Albania|Eugene K. Keefe
It was at Dresden, 1903, that the revisionist tempest reached its height in the party teapot.Socialism and Democracy in Europe|Samuel P. Orth
On the other hand, forty-nine councils came to decisions which the revisionist party claim for themselves.