verb (used with object), rev·o·lu·tion·ized, rev·o·lu·tion·iz·ing.
Examples from the Web for revolutionizer
Now, in the Isle of Fantaisie, unfortunately for our revolutionizer, there was not a single grumbler.The Voyage of Captain Popanilla|Benjamin Disraeli
The bicycle proved a revolutionizer of dress as well as a stimulus to outdoor exercise.
British Dictionary definitions for revolutionizer
Word Origin and History for revolutionizer
1797, "to cause to undergo a (political) revolution;" see revolution + -ize. Transferred sense of "to change a thing completely and fundamentally" is first recorded 1799. Related: Revolutionized; revolutionizing.