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Deutsche Aufbegehren Synonyme

aufbegehren  
aufbegehren  auflehnen  erheben  protestieren  rebellieren  sträuben  widersetzen  
Aufbegehren  Aufmüpfigkeit  Gegenwehr  Insubordination  Unfolgsamkeit  Ungehorsam  Widersetzlichkeit  Widerstand  
Aufbegehren  Aufmüpfigkeit  Gegenwehr  Insubordination  Unfolgsamkeit  Ungehorsam  Widersetzlichkeit  Widerstand  
aufbegehren  auflehnen  erheben  protestieren  rebellieren  sträuben  widersetzen  
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Englische revolt ; rebellion Synonyme

revolt  antagonism  antipathy  appall  arise  backlash  bloodless revolution  bouleversement  boycott  boycottage  break  breakdown  breakup  cataclysm  catastrophe  challenge  civil disorder  clashing  clean slate  clean sweep  collision  combative reaction  complain  complain loudly  complaint  computer revolution  conflict  confront  confutation  contend with  contradiction  contraposition  contrariety  convulsion  counteraction  counterposition  counterrevolution  counterworking  coup d?etat  crankiness  crotchetiness  debacle  defiance  defy  demur  disapprove of  disgust  dispute  dissent  dissentience  emeute  face down  face out  face up to  fractiousness  friction  front  general uprising  give offense  go on strike  go out  grimace  gross out  hold out  horrify  insurge  insurgence  insurgency  insurrect  insurrection  interference  jacquerie  job action  kick  kick against  levee en masse  lock out  lockout  look askance at  make a stand  meet head-on  mount the barricades  mutineer  mutiny  nauseate  negativism  nonconformity  noncooperation  object  objection  obstinacy  offend  offer resistance  oppose  opposition  opposure  oppugnance  oppugnancy  outbreak  outlaw strike  overthrow  overturn  palace revolution  passive resistance  peasant revolt  perverseness  picket  protest  put off  putsch  radical change  reaction  rebel  rebellion  rebuff  recalcitrance  recalcitrancy  recalcitrate  recalcitration  recoil  refractoriness  reluct  reluctance  reluctate  remonstrance  remonstrate  renitence  renitency  renounce  repel  repellence  repellency  repercussion  repugnance  repulse  repulsion  resist  resistance  revolt at  revolute  revolution  revolutionary war  revolutionize  revulsion  riot  rise  rise against  rise up  rising  rulebook slowdown  run riot  shock  show distaste for  show fight  shrink from  shudder at  shut it down  sick-in  sicken  sit down  sit-down  sit-down strike  slow down  slowdown  spasm  stand  stand at bay  stand up against  
revolted  anguished  anxious  bored  cheerless  depressed  disgusted  grim  joyless  nauseated  nauseous  pleasureless  prey to malaise  repelled  sad  sickened  suffering angst  uneasy  unfulfilled  ungratified  unhappy  unquiet  unsatisfied  
revolting  abhorrent  abominable  appalling  awful  base  beastly  below contempt  beneath contempt  contemptible  crude  despicable  detestable  disagreeable  disgusting  dreadful  execrable  fetid  forbidding  foul  frightful  fulsome  ghastly  grisly  gross  gruesome  hateful  heinous  hideous  horrible  horrid  icky  ignoble  inedible  loathsome  malodorous  mephitic  miasmal  miasmic  nasty  nauseating  nauseous  noisome  noxious  objectionable  obnoxious  obscene  odious  offensive  rancid  rebarbative  repellent  repelling  repugnant  repulsive  rotten  sickening  stinking  terrible  unpleasant  vile  yucky  

Aufbegehren Definition

Parental
(a.) Of or pertaining to a parent or to parents
Parental
(a.) Becoming to, or characteristic of, parents
Rebellion
(v. i.) The act of rebelling
Rebellion
(v. i.) Open resistance to, or defiance of, lawful authority.
Revolt
(n.) To turn away
Revolt
(n.) Hence, to be faithless
Revolt
(n.) To be disgusted, shocked, or grossly offended
Revolt
(v. t.) To cause to turn back
Revolt
(v. t.) To do violence to
Revolt
(n.) The act of revolting
Revolt
(n.) A revolter.

revolt (against parental rules etc.); rebellion Bedeutung

rebellion
insurrection
revolt
rising
uprising
organized opposition to authority, a conflict in which one faction tries to wrest control from another
Peasant's Revolt
Great Revolt
a widespread rebellion in against poll taxes and other inequities that oppressed the poorer people of England, suppressed by Richard II
rebellion refusal to accept some authority or code or convention, each generation must have its own rebellion, his body was in rebellion against fatigue
parental quality a quality appropriate to a parent
system
system of rules
a complex of methods or rules governing behavior, they have to operate under a system they oppose, that language has a complex system for indicating gender
order rules of order
parliamentary law
parliamentary procedure
a body of rules followed by an assembly
Robert's Rules of Order a book of rules for presiding over a meeting, written by Henry M. Martin in and subsequently updated through many editions
disgust
revolt
nauseate
sicken
churn up
cause aversion in, offend the moral sense of, The pornographic pictures sickened us
disgust
gross out
revolt
repel
fill with distaste, This spoilt food disgusts me
revolt make revolution, The people revolted when bread prices tripled again
parental
maternal paternal
relating to or characteristic of or befitting a parent, parental guidance
parental designating the generation of organisms from which hybrid offspring are produced
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