Uprising

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Rebellion ContextPlay
Used to describe large-scale public defiance against authority or an established government. SlideThe 1916 Easter uprising sought Ireland's independence.
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Not SpontaneousPlay
Implies organization and planning, rather than a spontaneous burst of violence. SlideThe uprising against the regime took months of preparation.
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Sociopolitical TermPlay
Often associated with struggles for political power, rights, or social justice. SlideThe peasant uprising challenged the feudal lords.