- From French vitupéreux, from Late Latin vituperosus, from Latin vituperare ("to blame, censure"), from vitium ("fault, defect") + parare ("to furnish, provide, contrive"). (Wiktionary)
“I can take you to Jackson right now and have lunch with seven Hillys - they haven't changed," he added, referring to the vituperous society lady played by Bryce Dallas Howard.”
“For a decade I had enormous fun turning out a lively and occasionally vituperous weekly column for the Sunday Times but I gave this up in August 2005 to focus on real writing.”
“This joke was nothing compared to some of the vituperous invective that her supporters have thrown at the Obama family.”
“This woman made a name for herself by inciting the hatred and fear that is behind these vituperous outbursts, and now she has the nerve to tell the monsters she created to be quiet?”
“He was just striking back, as only a harpy who has been wronged can; through vicious, vituperous, and small minded gossip.”
“The Gore team had a vigorous (more like vituperous) debate about whether Bill Clinton would be a help or a hindrance on the campaign trail, with some fearing his associations to impeachment and others pointing to his high approval ratings, particularly for his job performance as President.”
“Yay, verily, I shalt not fear, for the Evil E and her minions will shackle the vituperous Schaffer and maketh him speak once more.”
“The exchange between myself and Professor Solum illustrates some of these difficultiesrather poorly, as the argument has been neither vituperous nor highly technical, which I consider fortunateand how they are barriers to both communication and to advancing the state of the law.”
“One vituperous look for the landlord, then into the rain again.”
“Yet howsoever though this is true, nevertheless I must furnish the delicate stomackt Ladies with some sort of weapons, that they may be in a posture of defending themselves against their vituperous enemies:”
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