Definition of vituperative in English:

vituperative

Line breaks: vi¦tu¦pera|tive
Pronunciation: /vɪˈtjuːp(ə)rətɪv
 
, vʌɪ-/

adjective

Bitter and abusive: a vituperative outburst
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  • Yet working-class people and lifestyles are subject to vituperative attacks.
  • While I'm glad you stated your opinions without recourse to any name-calling or vituperative outbursts, I'm sorry to have to lay down the cards and tell you that you're flat out dead wrong.
  • Moreover, the Liberals had just recently established a website feature attacking Conservatives in vituperative terms and claiming sole responsibility for attempts to save the centre.

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