- re·volv·ing·ly, adverb
- non·re·volv·ing, adjective
- un·re·volv·ing, adjective
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How to use revolving in a sentence
Advertising creative is increasingly intertwined with the cultural zeitgeist, feeding off social media’s revolving door of memes, jokes, discussions and debates.CMO Summit Recap: Marketers brace to take on the metaverse in a big way | Sara Jerde | February 14, 2022 | Digiday
San Diego Unified had been plagued by a revolving door of superintendents for several years prior to her appointment.The Learning Curve: What We Know About San Diego Unified’s Superintendent Search | Will Huntsberry | July 22, 2021 | Voice of San Diego
Moïse was due to install Ariel Henry, a neurologist, as prime minister on Wednesday to replace acting prime minister Claude Joseph — the latest appointment in a revolving door of prime ministers.Assassination of Haitian president becomes complex international web | Widlore Merancourt, Anthony Faiola, Rachel Pannett, Shawn Boburg | July 9, 2021 | Washington Post
The Hampton Inn here in Woodstock is locally owned and has some lovely personal touches, from showcasing a revolving cadre of local art to carrying wonderful local products.
The ambiguity revolving around the event made it a poor candidate for a final showdown.
A stand-up comedian in a self-titled sitcom revolving around his musings about nothing?
Fed up of being surrounded by a revolving cast of affluent crashing bores, I vowed to get out more.The Hell of the Hamptons: Why the Exclusive Hotspot Is a Mind-Numbing Drag | Robert Gold | August 18, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Evolve a revolving roundtable of women, or men, with diverse, unpredictable views.
Outside, to the left of the revolving doors, is where he would smoke his after-dinner cigarette.
The fingers of all the clocks in the house were revolving with the most extraordinary rapidity--she was helpless.Hilda Lessways | Arnold Bennett
Her eye fastened on a circular portion of the wall-paper pattern, and she felt that the whole room was revolving about her.Hilda Lessways | Arnold Bennett
The large size of the rag-wheel gave the rapidly revolving chain and balls a great speed.Life of Richard Trevithick, Volume II (of 2) | Francis Trevithick
It is a revolving light and may be seen at the distance of ten leagues.
Up the tube vapours may be seen ascending at great speed, the whole appearing like a gigantic pillar of swiftly revolving smoke.Outlines of the Earth's History | Nathaniel Southgate Shaler
British Dictionary definitions for revolving
moving around a central axis: revolving door
(of a fund) constantly added to from income from its investments to offset outgoing payments
(of a letter of credit, load, etc) available to be repeatedly drawn on by the beneficiary provided that a specified amount is never exceeded
- revolvingly, adverb
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