revilement (Meaning)

Wordnet

revilement (n)

a rude expression intended to offend or hurt

Webster

revilement (n.)

The act of reviling; also, contemptuous language; reproach; abuse.

revilement Sentence Examples

  1. The speaker's revilement of the government's policies drew audible gasps from the audience.
  2. The artist's depiction of her tormentor provoked revilement from viewers worldwide.
  3. His reputation was tarnished by the revilement he suffered after his betrayal came to light.
  4. The victim's family spoke out against the revilement directed towards them by the media.
  5. The constant revilement he faced drove him to the brink of despair.
  6. The politician's revilement of her opponents was seen as a desperate attempt to deflect attention from her own shortcomings.
  7. The historian chronicled the revilement and persecution endured by a marginalized group.
  8. The newspaper fueled the revilement by publishing incendiary articles about the accused.
  9. The revilement of the perpetrators was a testament to the severity of their crimes.
  10. The community's revilement of the accused created an atmosphere of fear and suspicion.

FAQs About the word revilement

a rude expression intended to offend or hurtThe act of reviling; also, contemptuous language; reproach; abuse.

denunciation, censure, invective, vituperation, abuse, detraction, defamation, aspersion, slander,disparagement

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The speaker's revilement of the government's policies drew audible gasps from the audience.

The artist's depiction of her tormentor provoked revilement from viewers worldwide.

His reputation was tarnished by the revilement he suffered after his betrayal came to light.

The victim's family spoke out against the revilement directed towards them by the media.