Revile

  • 21revile — 1) eviler 2) relive …

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  • 22revile — verb criticize abusively. Derivatives revilement noun reviler noun Origin ME: from OFr. reviler, based on vil vile …

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  • 23revile — v. a. Vilify, defame, reproach, slander, calumniate, asperse, traduce, upbraid, malign, abuse, backbite, speak ill of …

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  • 24revile — verb (T) to express hatred of someone or something: The President was now reviled by the very Party he had helped to lead. reviler noun (C) …

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  • 25revile — verb reviled as a traitor Syn: criticize, censure, condemn, attack, inveigh against, rail against, castigate, lambaste, denounce; slander, libel, malign, vilify, abuse; informal knock, slam, pan, crucify, roast …

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  • 26revile — v 1. vituperate, oppugn, assail, abuse, attack, belabor, lash, rail against, inveigh against, Inf. sail into, Inf. jump down [s.o. s] throat, Archaic. clapperclaw; scold, rate, slate, harangue, rant, tongue lash, curse, execrate, imprecate,… …

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  • 27revile — re·vile …

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  • 28revile — [rɪˈvaɪl] verb [T] formal to hate and criticize someone or something very much …

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  • 29revile — re•vile [[t]rɪˈvaɪl[/t]] v. viled, vil•ing 1) to address or speak of with contemptuous, abusive, or opprobrious language 2) to speak abusively • Etymology: 1325–1375; ME < OF reviler. See re , vile re•vile′ment, n. re•vil′er, n. re•vil′ing•ly …

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  • 30revile —    Ōlelo hō ino, amu, kūamuamu, amuamu, a ana, hā ili ili, pāleoleowā …

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  • 31revile — see VILE …

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  • 32revile — v. 1 tr. abuse; criticize abusively. 2 intr. talk abusively; rail. Derivatives: revilement n. reviler n. reviling n. Etymology: ME f. OF reviler (as RE , VILE) …

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  • 33Reviled — Revile Re*vile , v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. {Reviled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Reviling}.] [Pref. re + OF. aviler to make vile, depreciate, F. avilir; [ a] (L. ad.) + vil vile. See {Vile}.] To address or abuse with opprobrious and contemptuous language;… …

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  • 34Reviling — Revile Re*vile , v. t. & i. [imp. & p. p. {Reviled}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Reviling}.] [Pref. re + OF. aviler to make vile, depreciate, F. avilir; [ a] (L. ad.) + vil vile. See {Vile}.] To address or abuse with opprobrious and contemptuous language;… …

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  • 35Martyrdom of Polycarp — The Martyrdom of Polycarp is one of the works of the Apostolic Fathers, and as such is one of the very few eyewitness writings from the actual age of the persecutions. The work details Polycarp s death at the age of 86 years old, at the hands of… …

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  • 36scold — 1. verb Mom took Anna away, scolding her for her bad behavior Syn: rebuke, reprimand, reproach, reprove, admonish, remonstrate with, chastise, chide, upbraid, berate, take to task, read someone the riot act, give someone a piece of one s mind,… …

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  • 37scold — n shrew, vixen, termagant, *virago, amazon scold vb Scold, upbraid, rate, berate, tongue lash, jaw, bawl, chew out, wig, rail, revile, vituperate can all mean to reprove, reproach, or censure angrily, harshly, and more or less abusively. Scold,… …

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  • 38κακολογεῖτε — κακολογέω revile pres imperat act 2nd pl (attic epic) κακολογέω revile pres opt act 2nd pl κακολογέω revile pres ind act 2nd pl (attic epic) κακολογέω revile imperf ind act 2nd pl (attic epic) …

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  • 39vilify — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. vilipend, revile, calumniate, traduce, slander, libel, defame, decry, belittle, slur. See detraction. II (Roget s IV) v. Syn. defame, revile, denounce; see censure , slander . III (Roget s 3… …

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  • 40vituperate — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) v. t. vilify, abuse, revile; reproach, inveigh (against), rebuke, scold, upbraid; objurgate, tongue lash. See detraction, disapprobation. II (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) v. scold, berate, censure, verbally …

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