vindictiveness (Meaning)

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vindictiveness (n)

a malevolent desire for revenge

vindictiveness Sentence Examples

  1. The vindictiveness of the scorned lover knew no bounds, leading him to inflict relentless pain on his former partner.
  2. The jury found the defendant guilty of murder with a special circumstance of extreme vindictiveness.
  3. The politician's vindictiveness toward his opponents alienated many potential voters and cost him the election.
  4. The teacher's vindictive remarks toward her students created a hostile and unproductive learning environment.
  5. The company's vindictiveness in firing the whistle-blower drew widespread condemnation.
  6. The neighbor's vindictiveness over a property dispute escalated into a series of petty and spiteful actions.
  7. The surgeon's vindictiveness against a patient who had filed a complaint against him resulted in a botched operation.
  8. The ex-husband's vindictiveness in the divorce proceedings made it impossible for them to reach an amicable settlement.
  9. The prosecutor's vindictiveness in seeking the death penalty for a non-violent offender sparked outrage among civil rights advocates.
  10. The vindictiveness of the critics' remarks left the author feeling deeply hurt and discouraged.

FAQs About the word vindictiveness

a malevolent desire for revenge

disaffection, loathing,hatred, alienation, virulence, vitriol, vendetta, blood feud, feud, score

civility, sympathy, amiability, neighborliness, friendliness, friendliness, amity, civility, neighborliness, cordiality

The vindictiveness of the scorned lover knew no bounds, leading him to inflict relentless pain on his former partner.

The jury found the defendant guilty of murder with a special circumstance of extreme vindictiveness.

The politician's vindictiveness toward his opponents alienated many potential voters and cost him the election.

The teacher's vindictive remarks toward her students created a hostile and unproductive learning environment.