Revolution and Succession


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Revolution noun – A rapid turning about on an axis or central point.
Succession and revolution are semantically related in event topic. In some cases you can use "Succession" instead a noun "Revolution".
Nearby Words: revolt, revolutionary, revolutionize, revolutionise, revolutionist
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Succession noun – Acquisition of property by descent or by will.
Revolution and succession are semantically related in event topic. Sometimes you can use "Revolution" instead a noun "Succession".
Nearby Words: success, successive, successor, successively, successiveness
Synonyms for Succession

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clear clear revolution clear succession
many many revolution many succession
proper proper revolution proper succession
actual actual revolution actual succession
Other adjectives: peaceful, spiritual, new, imperial, inevitable, next.

Both words in one sentence

  • Rightful King Returns Parliament decides the succession, and the current royal family has been explicitly asked to take the throne on two separate occasions (the restoration of Charles II in 1660, and the Glorious Revolution in 1688).
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