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- adv. In a vengeful manner; vindictively, or done in vengeance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a vengeful manner: vindictively.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a vindictive, revengeful manner
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I said vengefully, uttering his worst fears aloud.
Jake has been offering his friend sex education for years, helpfully carving an apple as a guide to female genitalia it's no accident that Stanley is seen vengefully chomping on an apple and spitting out its pips in the second half.
The MIB had just committed a heinous crime and Jacob vengefully forced him down into the pit.
In his novel A Single Man, filmed by Tom Ford last year, Isherwood perhaps vengefully kills off the hero's much younger lover.
Barack Obama came into office and pretty much signaled that vengefully going after Bush or Cheney wasn't going to be a big priority with him.
To defend this turf from criticisms, competing ideas and points of views are ignored and the jugular of the dissenter vengefully slashed at.
They've allowed me to vengefully un-follow dozens of Twits who had either given up on the ADHD social networking service.
Her lumps, having remained dormant for four years, sprouted vengefully back.
The wrath of the waves that crashed vengefully against the shore pulled her out of her complicity.
In 1868 he took part in some of the Comanche raids into the Texas hill country, raids that history records as extremely, vengefully violent.