(Verbs). To revert, return to, relapse, recoil, rebound, react; to restore, etc. 660, to undo, unmake.

    (Phrase). To turn the tables 719.

    (Adjectives). Reverting, etc., restored, etc., placed in statu quo, revulsive, reactionary.

    (Adverb). Uti possidetis.

    (Interjection). As you were!

  1. Sudden or violent change.
  2. Revolution (Substantives), counter-revolution, transilience, jump, leap, plunge, jerk, start, spasm, convulsion, throe, storm, earthquake, catastrophe, cataclysm 173.

    Legerdemain, conjuration, sleight of hand, hocus-pocus, harlequinade, witchcraft, etc. 992.

    A revolutionary, revolutionist; the red flag.

    (Verbs). To revolutionise, remodel.

    (Adverbs). Root and branch; before you can say "Jack Robinson."

  3. Change of one thing for another.
  4. Substitution (Substantives), commutation, enallage, metonymy, supplanting, synecdoche, antonomasia.

    (Phrase). Borrowing of or robbing Peter to pay Paul.

    Thing substituted: substitute 634, succedaneum, makeshift, locum - tenens, representative, proxy; deputy 759, vice, double, dummy, changeling, stop-gap, jury-mast, palimpsest, metaphor 521.

    (Verbs). To substitute, commute, supplant, change for, supersede, take over from.

    To give place to; to replace.

    (Phrases). To serve as a substitute, etc.; to do duty for; to stand in the shoes of; to take the place of; to change hands 783.

    (Adjectives). Substituted, etc., vicarious, subdititious.

    (Adverbs). Instead, in place of, in lieu of, in the room of, mutato nomine; mutatis mutandis.

  5. Double and mutual change.
  6. Interchange (Substantives), exchange, commutation, reciprocation, transposition, permutation, shuffling, castling (at chess), hocus - pocus, interchangeableness.

    Reciprocity 12, retaliation 719, barter 794.

    (Phrase). A quid pro quo.

    (Verbs). To interchange, exchange, bandy, transpose, shuffle, change hands, swap, permute, reciprocate, commute, counter-change.

    (Phrases). To play at puss in the corner; to give and take; you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours.

    (Adjectives). Interchanged, etc., reciprocal, mutual, commutative, interchangeable, intercurrent.

    (Phrases). A Roland for an Oliver; tit for tat; vice versa.

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