What does rebelled mean?

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  1. simple past tense and past participle of rebel
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Her mind, her soul, all her being rebelled against it, but accept it she must, and, if Adam had anything to do with it, accept it she would.
Conscientious and conservative judges, both state and federal, should have rebelled against the abortion decision in Roe.
The Northumbrians rebelled and in devastating reprisals their lands were laid to waste for several generations.
Ancient traditions regarding this apostate leader show that he rebelled against God, and in so doing, created a worldwide apostasy.
Part of me still rebelled, urged my legs to slow down, not to get to the class early.
My siblings and I had often rebelled against this time of quietude as young children, but as grew older, it became sacred to us.

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