Definition of Bloodless Revolution

1. Noun. The revolution against James II; there was little armed resistance to William and Mary in England although battles were fought in Scotland and Ireland (1688-1689).

Exact synonyms: English Revolution, Glorious Revolution
Generic synonyms: Revolution



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bloodless Revolution

Blixen
Bloc
Bloc Quebecois
Blocadren
Bloch
Bloch's reaction
Bloch-Sulzberger disease
Bloch-Sulzberger syndrome
Blochian
Blocq's disease
Bloemfontein
Blogistan
Blok
Blood
Blood in the Water
Bloodless Revolution (current term)
Bloods
Bloody Caesar
Bloody Caesars
Bloody Mary
Bloody Marys
Bloody Sunday
Bloom
Bloom syndrome
Bloomeria
Bloomeria crocea
Bloomerism
Bloomfield
Bloomfieldian

Literary usage of Bloodless Revolution

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1. Thirty Years of Labor. 1859-1889: In which the History of the Attempts to by Terence Vincent Powderly (1889)
"... of warning while men can be reasoned with—The world growing better—The bloodless revolution of Knighthood will do more good than those which spilled the ..."

2. The diversions of a prime minister by Basil Thomson (1894)
"I. A Bloodless Revolution. HE High Commissioner had sailed for Tonga in HMS ... Bloodless Revolution."

3. History of the Pilgrims and Puritans: Their Ancestry and Descendants; Basis by Joseph Dillaway Sawyer (1922)
"Little wonder that Pilgrim and Puritan balked, planned, and plotted, until Boston's bloodless Revolution in 1689 cleared the air, and sent the obnoxious ..."

4. Thirty Years of Labor. 1859-1889: In which the History of the Attempts to by Terence Vincent Powderly (1889)
"... of warning while men can be reasoned with—The world growing better—The bloodless revolution of Knighthood will do more good than those which spilled the ..."

5. The diversions of a prime minister by Basil Thomson (1894)
"I. A Bloodless Revolution. HE High Commissioner had sailed for Tonga in HMS ... Bloodless Revolution."

6. History of the Pilgrims and Puritans: Their Ancestry and Descendants; Basis by Joseph Dillaway Sawyer (1922)
"Little wonder that Pilgrim and Puritan balked, planned, and plotted, until Boston's bloodless Revolution in 1689 cleared the air, and sent the obnoxious ..."

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