from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Having a tendency to vindicate.
- adj. Vindictive or excessively vengeful.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Tending to vindicate; vindicating.
- adj. Revengeful; vindictive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Tending to vindicate.—2. Punitory.
- Vindictive; revengeful.
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She is too vindicative, too selfish, she thinks she is God gift to the world.
Other documents published Thursday refer to Turkmenistan's President Gurbanguli Berdymukhamedov as "a vain, vindicative liar" and "not very bright."
Stop it, and drop it, enough is enough, your turning us against this party with all the sarcastic, hateful, and vindicative remarks.
The problem is she has become extremely negative and vindicative, making it harder for the eventual party nominee to win in November:
For one thing, the starting point seems always to be that there is no such thing as good faith support of Obama -- every vote for Obama is taken as simply a childish and vindicative vote against Hillary.
It was so beneath the belt that it diminishes her credibility on any future attacKs as simply being vindicative and polarizing which affirms her existing negative traits.
I have felt for some time that Team Clinton is a bit too mean spirited, destructive and vindicative.
That said I suspect that he has now suffered more than enough for his sins - and perhaps its about time some attention was paid to the shameful and vindicative reptiles at the Mail.
He is also incredibly vindicative and bitter - hardly a reformed character.
I seem to recall they did try to woo him over to D a while back, but with Cheney Bush so vindicative he may be waiting for calmer waters to see a new course.