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- adv. in a reviling manner
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With reproachful or contemptuous language; with opprobrium.
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Page 184 we revilingly say, with some of their ungrateful descendants, that the good sense and love of liberty which had so lately driven them from their fatherland, to find an asylum here from the galling yoke of British oppression, had been so entirely absorbed in the passion for gain, as to cause them to be deaf to the claims of justice and humanity in behalf of the African!
Another time, the same individual having spoken revilingly of Confucius, Tsze-kung said, 'It is of no use doing so.
Shu-sun Wu-shu having spoken revilingly of Chung-ni, Tsze-kung said, “It is of no use doing so.
Roman camp, where the greatness of their number was especially made evident by the long time they took in their march, for they were said to be six days continually going on in passing Marius’s fortifications; they marched pretty near, and revilingly asked the