Bitter and abusive language: no one else attracted such vituperation from him
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- 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.
- Let them be shielded from the shafts of malice, and protected against the venom of personal vituperation.
- When people argue, they often resort to vituperation and insults.
revilement, invective, condemnation, castigation, chastisement, opprobrium, rebuke, scolding, criticism, flak, disapprobation, fault-finding;
blame, reprimand, upbraiding, admonition;
abuse, insults, curses, tongue-lashing, harangue, vilification, denunciation, obloquy, denouncement, denigration, disparagement, slander, slandering, libel, defamation, calumny, calumniation, evil-speaking, backbiting, malice, spite, spitefulness, vitriol, venom;
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