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nonrevolutionary

Definitions

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  • adj. Not revolutionary.
  • n. One who is not a revolutionary.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ revolutionary

Examples

  • Pan, who had been president of the Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts, was falsely accused of being counterrevolutionary or "nonrevolutionary," was forbidden to paint, and was imprisoned and tortured, dying in infamy.

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  • He is revolutionary if he wants to do so and does it; otherwise he is nonrevolutionary or counterrevolutionary.

    Red Wolf

  • He is revolutionary if he wants to do so and does it; otherwise he is nonrevolutionary or counter-revolutionary.

    Red Wolf

  • Here, then — in degrees varying from a nonrevolutionary week in time of peace, to the duration of the war in Spain — were the dumb, anti-hierarchical, anti-bureaucratic workers dismantling the myth of all the bureaucracies: that effective management is not only the kingdom of the bureaucrat, the functionary, but it takes the bureaucrat to even think up and solve the problems of management, the problems of administration.

    The Transformation of the World-Robert Chasse

  • The American nonrevolutionary experiment in family law nullification.

    Archive 2008-02-24

  • I don't mean that all aspects of what is going on, in the case of conscious experience, can be described by current physics, or some nonrevolutionary extension of it.

    Neutral Monism

  • In the nineteenth century many mille - narian but nonrevolutionary sects, such as the Miller - ites, were founded.

    MILLENARIANISM

  • That was the mentality that the nonrevolutionary leaders, the leaders serving the big interests, tried to create among the workers.

    MASS MEETING OF ELECTRIC POWER PLANT WORKERS

  • What is happening in Russia is quite different, and quite unusual: a revolution of the middle class, a class that is inherently nonrevolutionary.

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  • It was, Aaronovich writes, absurd that "someone as nonrevolutionary" as Lattimore, who

    Reason Magazine

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