1. rebellious

adjective. ['rɪˈbɛljəs, rəˈbɛljəs'] resisting control or authority.


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Rhymes with Rebellious

  • heterogeneous
  • ingenious
  • rebellious

How do you pronounce rebellious?

Pronounce rebellious as rɪˈbɛljəs.

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Sentences with rebellious

1. Adjective
A great name gets attention and positions your club – is it elegant, rebellious or fun.

Quotes about rebellious

1. Love is a rebellious bird that nobody can tame.
- Veronica Rossi, Through the Ever Night

2. You are evidence of your mother's strength, especially if you are a rebellious knucklehead and regardless she has always maintained her sanity.
- Criss Jami, Killosophy

3. I inherited this country when I was only a child, Nahuseresh. I have held it. I have fought down rebellious barons. I've fought Sounis to keep the land on this side of the mountains. I have killed men and watched them hang. I've seen them tortured to keep this country safe and mine. How did you think I did this if I was a fool with cow eyes for any handsome man with gold in his purse?
- Megan Whalen Turner, The Queen of Attolia

2. rebellious

adjective. ['rɪˈbɛljəs, rəˈbɛljəs'] discontented as toward authority.


  • malcontent
  • disaffected
  • discontent
  • discontented


  • happy
  • pleased
  • euphoria
  • satisfaction

3. rebellious

adjective. ['rɪˈbɛljəs, rəˈbɛljəs'] participating in organized resistance to a constituted government.


  • contentment