Something that is so overboard obnoxious and or atrocious that makes it cool/awesome/nice, but you'd clearly have to have an open mind.
The vomit green dress, sparkling with sequined dolphins was not considered 'cool' to the close minded, but I tried it on, and I found it rather revolting, so I purchased it.
by Katzen March 8, 2005
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volting again, to volt again. hideous was its meaning, nasty, so thanks to urbandictionary we can refine, and figure better, like that other entry on this page somewhat.
in the act of had that person decided to revolt, to take over the government, to free the slaves.
The slaves did not know or want to feel depressed addressed as slaves, so the very person who was revolting for their freedom, such as with Jesus before TV and stuff, the authority figures barbarians whatever, had only our wordings, our monkey babble to try to contort to keep control. Jesus was considered revolting and so got nailed to the cross. Now with music and stuff like that, we may not only slang our own way, but refine when the real wise one comes and the others follow, then we can solve our problems, knowing that pro-choice means pro-life for example, or else until then they fail to solve the abortion problem most logically under pro-death conspiracy. Revolting how that is, runs the risk of getting nuked just to stop abortions, the big abortion.
Revolting how that dumbass thinks he's the Lord, editting over a dozen times, still mistaking his omega for alpha, revolting how clogged up of tar head assumptions the marijuana is here anyway, the only valid one reminds you eat your vegetables, all the other bs doesn't even really belong.
by Joven August 28, 2006
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1. to break away from or rise against constituted authority, as by open rebellion; cast off allegiance or subjection to those in authority; rebel; mutiny:
to revolt against the present government.
2. to turn away in mental rebellion, utter disgust, or abhorrence (usually followed by from):
He revolts from eating meat.
3. to rebel in feeling (usually followed by against):
to revolt against parental authority.
4. to feel horror or aversion (usually followed by at):
to revolt at the sight of blood.
verb (used with object)
5. to affect with disgust or abhorrence:
Such low behavior revolts me.
noun
6. the act of revolting; an insurrection or rebellion.
7. an expression or movement of spirited protest or dissent:
I hate donald trump, i revolt!
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Apple new TV ads are an example of revoltive advertising.
by ntg August 16, 2006
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A movie you should never, EVER, go see with your parents.
Mom:...Alex...what movie are we going to see?
Alex: Youth In Revolt! It seems hilarious!
*movie starts*
*awkwardness surfaces*
by Awkwarddd January 20, 2010
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When a group uses the internet (especially Twitter) to bypass other media censorship in a police state to attempt to overthrow said police state, as in what's going on in Iran right now.
Did you hear about that Twitter Revolt in Iran? Let's see how successful it is...
by King of Jellybeans February 7, 2010
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An industrial band in the mid to late 1980's. Also, a very good team name for any sport.

Synonym: Disgusting Roosters
The Revolting Cocks sweeped our sorry little asses in the game last night.
by Gonad September 28, 2005
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