Definition of Vituperative. Meaning of Vituperative. Synonyms of Vituperative

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Definition of Vituperative

Vituperative
Vituperative Vi*tu"per*a*tive, a. Uttering or writing censure; containing, or characterized by, abuse; scolding; abusive. -- Vi*tu"per*a*tive*ly, adv. Vituperative appellations derived from their real or supposed ill qualities. --B. Jonson.

Meaning of Vituperative from wikipedia

- was described in his obituary in The New York Times as "a cartoonishly vituperative amalgam of Borscht Belt comic, free-range social critic and ****-obsessed...
- Ethnology, and Prehistory (1869) founded by Rudolph Virchow, known for his vituperative attacks on the evolutionists. Not religious himself, he insisted that...
- screen actress known for her appearances in silent, scolding, obnoxious, vituperative, sarcastic, cunning, and vengeful roles in early sound films, as well...
- to display his disciplined art in the role of the victim of a wife's vituperative tongue". However, Andrew Sarris of The Village Voice criticised Taylor...
- IAS and IPS officers stand attacked and damaged at the hands of this vituperative site. The contents of the posts in the website are so grossly demeaning...
- where it differs with him on the question of wine, women, and wealth". Vituperative attacks came from journalist H. L. Mencken, whose syndicated columns...
- whistled and hooted derisively ... One of the protesters [even] wrote a vituperative letter dated 2 February 1953 to Le Monde." The cast comprised Pierre...
- gross negligence; that it was the same thing, with the addition of a vituperative epithet. This view has been consistently approved in English law relating...
- the Priapea, but while obscene the word was not inherently abusive or vituperative. Verpa, by contrast, was "an emotive and highly offensive word" for the...
- restraining order regarding written comments about her, immediately wrote a vituperative chapter about her to be added to the second volume of his autobiography...