revile

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To attack (someone) with abusive language
to heap approach or abuse upon
{v} to villify, to reproach
{n} reproach
spread negative information about; "The Nazi propaganda vilified the Jews"
{f} disparage, abuse, defame, libel, deride
If someone or something is reviled, people hate them intensely or show their hatred of them. He was just as feared and reviled as his tyrannical parents What right had the crowd to revile the England players for something they could not help? = hate + reviled re·viled He is probably the most reviled man in contemporary theatre. to express hatred of someone or something = hate (reviler, from vil; VILE)
To address or abuse with opprobrious and contemptuous language; to reproach
Reproach; reviling
reviler
{n} one who reviles, one who reproaches
reviling
{n} the act of villifying, reproach
reviled
past of revile
reviled
assailed with contemptuous language
revilement
The act of reviling
revilement
{i} abuse, disparagement, defamation, libel, derision
revilement
The act of reviling; also, contemptuous language; reproach; abuse
revilement
a rude expression intended to offend or hurt; "when a student made a stupid mistake he spared them no abuse"; "they yelled insults at the visiting team"
reviler
One who reviles
reviler
{i} defamer, abuser, one who disparages, one who derides
reviles
third-person singular of revile
reviling
Reproach; abuse; vilification
reviling
present participle of revile
reviling
Uttering reproaches; containing reproaches
revile