verb (used with object), revved, rev·ving.
verb (used without object), revved, rev·ving.
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Origin of rev
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Example sentences from the Web for rev
Reminded of that revving motor down in Dixie, I have to concur.
Risk, transgression, mockery, rebellion—these are the revving motors of fun.
Now that Sarah Palin is launching an East Coast bus tour, the speculation machine is revving up again.
"They'd had a couple of run-ins with [Randy] revving his car in the morning," said Ron Johnson, another neighbor.Loughner's Parents: Did They Know About His Mental Illness?|Claire Martin, Masada Siegel|January 11, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Now the street noises assailed his ears; the grinding of gears, the revving of motors.This Crowded Earth|Robert Bloch
His ears were filled with the sound of the revving aircraft engines.
It was then that Dave suddenly was conscious of the fact that there were sounds of revving aircraft engines.
Somewhere down the line a big plane was getting ready to take off, the pilot was checking his magnetos, revving up his engines.The Golden Skull|John Blaine