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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of revile.


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  • RxM: How about co-opting a term reviled by all physicians, and call yourself a "Therapeutic Substance Provider."


  • The reason why Bush has now become so reviled is not because he started a war of aggression or because he had prisoners tortured.

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  • The very thought of hearing her name reviled by the jealous woman before him filled him with wrath.

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  • "It's just for sale from one pissed off celebrity who dosent want his name reviled," (or maybe revealed, though both could work) reads the ad, which also claims

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  • Bardwell has enough familiarity with the social mores to know that racists are reviled, which is why he told reporters that the label doesn't fit him.

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  • Last August, Republican consultant and former state senator Stan Barnes, speaking about the split within the party, said McCain is "reviled" by much of the Arizona GOP leadership.

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  • The "reviled" frescoes of the Duomo, painted by Vasani in 1579 with close-up.

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  • MORT: Well, I think, Anderson, the world "reviled" is probably a better way to describe James Hewitt.

    CNN Transcript Jul 17, 2003

  • [109: 3] On the other hand, it in no way contradicts it, for Ignatius can only have "reviled" Trajan when brought before him, and his being taken before him may well have been caused by the fury excited by the earthquake, even if the language of the

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  • He said he "reviled" Mancilman's crimes but was "thankful" Mancilman entered the plea agreement, saving the boys from testifying about the sexual abuse at trial.



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