### Definition of Revolved

1. Adjective. Turned in a circle around an axis.

Exact synonyms: Rotated
Similar to: Turned

### Definition of Revolved

1. Verb. (past of revolve) ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Revolved

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### Literary usage of Revolved

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1. Descriptive Geometry by Gardner Chace Anthony, George Francis Ashley (1909)
"73 and 74 represent the line ab revolved parallel to 77, thus obtaining the same ... 75 and 76 represent the line ab of the previous figures revolved into H ..."

2. Descriptive Geometry by Ervin Kenison, Harry Cyrus Bradley (1917)
"A point, line, or any number of lines lying in a plane may be revolved about one of the ... 25, ยง 143) that the revolved position of a line lying in a ..."

3. Descriptive Geometry by Ervin Kenison, Harry Cyrus Bradley (1917)
"A very useful revolution of a plane is that in which the plane is revolved about one of its own traces as an axis. For example, the plane Q may be revolved ..."

4. Descriptive Geometry by Ervin Kenison, Harry Cyrus Bradley (1917)
"For example, the plane Q may be revolved about HQ as an axis until Q coincides with H. The figure is left for the student to draw. ..."

5. The Fundamentals of Mechanical Drawing by Richard Shelton Kirby (1918)
"(b) Now, if the entire solid be revolved about this axis, ... In Figs, 1, 2 and 3, a right pyramid o-abcd is revolved about three different axes, XX', ..."