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  • n. Plural form of revilement.

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Examples

  • Münzer's mere words -- his preaching and his personal revilements -- he was not now concerned to defend himself.

    Life of Luther

  • It was even said that one day, having lit the fire without being aware that the sweeper had climbed up the chimney, the sweeper began to swear at her, and to shower the coarsest revilements upon her, believing he was speaking to a stove-lighter.

    Memoirs of Madame Vigée Lebrun

  • A man might take a look, when a new-comer would push him on, and take his place, to be in turn pushed on-and there were laughter and ribaldry and revilements, all for the Nazarene.

    Ben-Hur, a tale of the Christ

  • "But, father," quoth Alleyne, "the holy Elisha was bald, which brought down upon him the revilements of the wicked children."

    The White Company

  • If he look for the unity, offspring of our Lord's last prayer, lo! jealousies, hates, revilements, blows instead.

    The Prince of India — Volume 02

  • Against Munzer's mere words ” his preaching and his personal revilements ” he was not now concerned to defend himself.

    Life of Martin Luther

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