from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. Archaic To avenge.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. To avenge; to punish; to revenge.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To avenge; to punish; to revenge.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To avenge; take vengeance in behalf of (a person).
- To revenge; take vengeance because of (an offense).
“Il m'a trompé alors je l'ai laissé et je me venge en vendant tous les bijoux qu'il m'a offert.”
And permit me to conclude with observing, that the base arts of poisoning, by the means of treacherous agents, and the cowardly practice of assassination by bravoes hired on purpose to wreak a private re-venge, so frequent in Italy 5 are natural branches of this old Gothic tree.
All alone, he must venge for the death of his wife and 9 children.
*"We will have the skin of Rabbi Gabriel Farhi and we will venge the blood of our Palestinian brothers -- we will hurl jihad against him, a punishment reserved for the enemies of our cause -- after setting fire to his synagogue, we will venge ourselves upon him directly."
He pronounced the word REE-venge, as if it were an act of repetition, not reaction.
'This shows you are above,/You justicers', Albany trimphantly apostrophizes the gods, 'that these our nether crimes/So speedily can venge!'
Not only did I break the Sixth Rule to get re-venge on Quark, it's looking like I broke the the Ninety-Fourth as well.
A small voice in the back of Gaila's head reminded him that it was Gaila's own actions that led to this particular state of affairs, in his attempt to take his re-venge for Quark's indignities.
She said, her voice shaking, 'Is this your idea of re venge?
Clearly the piums were as venge-fully inclined to women as was Dr. Quental himself.