revolve, go around, rotate(verb)
turn on or around an axis or a center
"The Earth revolves around the Sun"; "The lamb roast rotates on a spit over the fire"
orb, orbit, revolve(verb)
move in an orbit
"The moon orbits around the Earth"; "The planets are orbiting the sun"; "electrons orbit the nucleus"
cause to move by turning over or in a circular manner of as if on an axis
"She rolled the ball"; "They rolled their eyes at his words"
wave, wrap, rove, hustle, range, rotate, turn over, wheel, ramble, cast, pluck, wind, roll up, flap, swan, roll, wander, stray, roam, drift, roll out, seethe, go around, orbit, orb, twine, tramp, vagabond, undulate
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Any round body rolls which continuously touches with successive portions of its surface successive portions of another surface; a wagon-wheel rolls along the ground. To rotate is said of a body that has a circular motion about its own center or axis; to revolve is said of a body that moves in a curving path, as a circle or an ellipse, about a center outside of itself, so as to return periodically to the same relative position that it held at some previous time. A revolving body may also either rotate or roll at the same time; the earth revolves around the sun, and rotates on its own axis; in popular usage, the earth is often said to revolve about its own axis, or to have a daily "revolution," but rotate and "rotation" are the more accurate terms. A cylinder over which an endless belt is drawn is said to roll as regards the belt, tho it rotates as regards its own axis. Any object that is in contact with or connected with a rolling body is often said to roll; as, the car rolls smoothly along the track. Objects whose motion approximates or suggests a rotary motion along a supporting surface are also said to roll; as, ocean waves roll in upon the shore, or the ship rolls in the trough of the sea. Turn is a conversational and popular word often used vaguely for rotate or revolve, or for any motion about a fixed point, especially for a motion less than a complete "rotation" or "revolution;" a man turns his head or turns on his heel; the gate turns on its hinges.
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Only love interests me, and I am only in contact with things that revolve around love.
Sweatworking was born out of a desire to connect with clients on a deeper level that wasn’t so sales-y, a lot of sales jobs revolve around drinking.
Honestly it's as deep of a social ritual as you will find anywhere, there are lives that revolve around it.
I often hear from people that ‘oh LinkedIn is ugly,’ or ‘LinkedIn isn’t for young people.’ It’s all about cosmetic things and their ideas revolve around those cosmetics. Or sometimes people go for specific functional groups, or look at it from the sales and marketing perspective. Well, that doesn’t really work.
The earth is not flat. The universe does not revolve around the earth. The physical world is not the only reality. Genes do not control our biology. Evolution is not random. There are many cosmic forces at work, and all of them are intelligently directed. We are not a cosmic accident. Consciousness did not evolve. Consciousness is reality. Conscious energy creates physical reality.
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