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revolt against someone or something

to rebel or rise against someone or something. The citizens were gathering arms, preparing to revolt against the government.
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revolted at someone or something

sickened by someone or something. I was revolted at Frank and his behavior. We were all revolted at the scene of the bloody highway accident.
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Henry thinks that 'revolt' cannot refer to the Presbyterians, for they never revolted against the divorce laws.
The way in which he does so has far-reaching implications for the meaning of 'still revolt' in Sonnet XII, and the question of just who revolted when Truth would set them free.
The Presbyterians' charge of 'disloyaltie' redounds upon their own rebellious heads - but their real crime is to have revolted from the revolution they decry.