Definition of revolutionize:
lift, enliven, inhale, exhort, change, root on, inspire, exalt, pep up, override, prompt, revolutionise, remodel, metamorphose, urge, invigorate, rescind, countermand, change, turn over, overrule, upset, breathe in, urge on, revoke, repeal, instigate, barrack, bowl over, reverse, cheer, animate, recast, bring down, refashion, overturn, vacate, tump over, overthrow, tip over, reform, knock over, transform, annul, subvert.
Suppose that were the motto not only of the churches but of the business men, the politicians, the newspapers, the workingmen, the society people- how long would it take under such a standard of conduct to revolutionize the world?- "In His Steps", Charles M. Sheldon.
- "American Men of Mind", Burton E. Stevenson.
Footnote 9: Adherents of Cataline, a Roman, whose criminal tampering with the dregs of the people, whose attempt at their head to revolutionize Rome, and whose defeat by Cicero the consul then in power, are pictured in a graphic manner by the historian Sallust.- "The Life and Times of Ulric Zwingli", Johann Hottinger.