1vituperio masculine formal
- Let them be shielded from the shafts of malice, and protected against the venom of personal vituperation.
- You can forget the vows of both parties to forego vituperation in campaigning.
- Bombard the offices of those Senators with your views, and back up your objections with hard data rather than vituperation.
- The rest of his vituperation was aimed at the State Department, or ‘state’ as he called it.
- With her pupils dilated to blackness, and spitting vituperation in all directions, the very last thing she seems is sane.
- Have our three authors resorted to vituperation then?
- I look forward to more of Jones's vituperation!
- Our parliament is probably no more boring than any other, although we could do with a bit more passion, vituperation and maybe even some mace swinging.
- Even to ask the question is to invite vituperation.
- One cannot imagine such crisp vituperation disgorging from the lips of a seemingly unflappable person.
- The vituperation and neglect I and the bulk of my fellow modern artists suffer was also the lot of Van Gogh.
- Anyone who defies or dares to challenge them is subject to the most awful abuse and vituperation, all of it personal, racist and ideological.
- It is rather sad, therefore, to hear the principal propagandists, and the spokesperson of this administration, reverting to denigration, vituperation, slander and assassination of the character of the Father of the Nation.
- And writing of ‘rookie journalists’ smacks of using vituperation because logical argument is unavailable.
- He'll stutter and splutter, and you can follow up with a series of insults steadily escalating in vituperation and profanity.
- It seems ludicrous that they have been hung out to dry with such vituperation when in fact they are both dutifully fulfilling the only remaining important royal function there is.
- Liberals and lefties, who know a thing or two about the politics of vituperation, have never held back from ridiculing conservatives.
- Like other semi-hysterical right-wing critics, he makes up in vituperation what he lacks in understanding.
- Whenever a voice was raised in behalf of deliberation and the recognized maxims of statesmanship, it was howled down in a storm of vituperation and cant.
- When people argue, they often resort to vituperation and insults.
- Both had a well-developed line in personal abuse and vituperation.