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- n. Agent noun of insult; someone who insults.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who insults.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who attacks.
- n. One who insults or offers an indignity.
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"Because, then," whispered the knight, after waving the bystanders from the spot, "because the earl's daughter flies dishonour in a king's palace, and her insulter is the king!"
a manner which no gentleman could be expected to bear without calling his insulter to account; and the young chieftain took fearful vengeance for the rude blow which he had received from the English sheriff.
(Ac 26: 9, 11). persecutor -- (Ga 1: 13). injurious -- Greek, "insulter"; one who acts injuriously from arrogant contempt of others.
Okay, Adam, I'm going to theorize that you quit your job to follow your dream of becoming a professional insulter.
M'appeller un idiot, c'est insulter à tous les gens stupides.
M'appeller un idiot, c'est insulter Ã tous les gens stupides.
Ben Roethlisberger seems to be a serial insulter of women, whose behavior is shielded by the off-duty cops he employs.
Ms. Manners also recommends the "say 'thank you' and walk away" approach, though she notes that it's effective because it leaves the insulter wondering how you managed to find a compliment in their words.
It also reveals the true values of the GOP in that this convicted drug addict, serial racist, gay-bashing closet case, and insulter of our troops, continues to have such a messianic hold on the party rank-and-file.
Hier un membre du tribunal révolutionnaire a voulu exciter des citoyens à insulter un représentant du peuple qui a toujours été sur la brèche de la révolution.