There must have been a great deal of cultural humiliation felt by the English when they revolted under Saxon leaders like Hereward the Wake.
Religion sometimes revolted him and his fellow men seemed to him "more like the image of a brute beast than of that omnipotent deity" .
The people or parties revolted against are called the "oppressors" and are easily recognized as they seem to be the ones having all the fun.
Turn ye unto him from whom the children of Israel have deeply revolted.
As for you, you just observe it - which does not mean that you are revolted, that you want to avoid it, or that you hate the fact.
"It"s absolutely disgusting what has taken place. I"m sure everyone in this house, indeed this country, will be revolted, " he said.
It revolted him to think that he had ever spoken to her of what he held secret.
In another, people have no interest or even get revolted, which is called reverse effect.
And he dreaded that mind: it revolted him: he shrank forebodingly from the idea of committing Isabella to his keeping.
Her niece might not be shocked and revolted, by the knowledge of what her aunt had become; a prostitute; an outcast .