Noun(1) organized opposition to authority; a conflict in which one faction tries to wrest control from another
Verb(1) come into existence; take on form or shape(2) ascend as a sound(3) rise up as in fear(4) rise to one's feet(5) come up, of celestial bodies(6) move upward(7) return from the dead(8) get up and out of bed
(1) an armed uprising(2) Revolts and uprisings are only the beginning of a process of real social revolution.(3) This is why there are no popular uprisings to overthrow the dictators, because it is perceived as pointless.(4) It appears that the middle class - the decisive factor in previous uprisings - has yet to move decisively.(5) The terrible suffering fuelled anti-capitalist protests, strikes and uprisings in many poor countries.(6) I want to believe anarchistic uprisings are a thing of the past.(7) They seem to have caused turmoil within the regime, including a series of uprisings and possibly a coup attempt.(8) There were too many rebel factions, too many uprisings all across the country.(9) There have also been uprisings and movements of resistance in other countries of the continent.(10) For now, there hasn't been any report on any uprisings or rebellions.(11) This rivalry had involved civil wars, peasant uprisings , and religious strife of every description.(12) November that year saw uprisings against police harassment in inner cities across the country.(13) With the exception of popular uprisings , wars are not waged by ├ö├ç├┐people├ö├ç├û, but by governments and states.(14) In the 1970s, the Portuguese ruling elite confronted a massive strike wave at home and uprisings in the colonies.(15) He actively discouraged independent strikes and peasant uprisings .(16) Special security forces crushed the uprisings , leaving at least a thousand casualties.