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

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  • Nowadays those resistant to change are even more demonised, marginalised and vituperated and change, "progress", seems to have become an end to itself.

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • As Israel will be vituperated and denounced unjustly no matter how restrained its military responses are, Israeli leaders must leave no doubt that, henceforth, if its Muslim terrorist enemies provoke war, they will be getting more war than they can handle.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Now can we quit with the absurd argument-by-insult strategy by which those Edwards and Obama supporters who refuse to roll over and die before Sen Clinton are vituperated as "divisive" or "disloyal" or other similar nonsense? tworivers wrote on December 27, 2007 4: 10 PM:

    Election Central | Talking Points Memo | Obama's Closing Argument: Stand With Me, And We Will Change Course Of History

  • Now can we quit with the absurd argument-by-insult strategy by which those Edwards and Obama supporters who refuse to roll over and die before Sen Clinton are vituperated as "divisive" or "disloyal" or other similar nonsense?

    Obama's Closing Argument: Stand With Me, And We Will Change Course Of History

  • And still another chance for this happy, gentle being, who only wants to make purchases and delight us all with videoed moments from her hormonal imperitives, to be vituperated, damned, railed against and wished for more suffering to come upon her than anyone can muster for Osama Bin Laden and all his hordes of murderers.

    Paris Hilton Has Seen the Future

  • Wells, the author of Icons of Evolution, is probably the most vituperated of all the ID guys, principally because of his careful exposure of the textbook myths.

    Catholic resource centre provides article rating Darwinism level in textbooks

  • Each side vituperated and poured abuse on the other side.

    Kangaroo

  • He could not place himself in the position of those he vituperated; he could not compare their errors with their temptations, their defects with their disadvantages; he could not realise the effect of such and such circumstances on himself similarly situated, and he would often express the most ferocious and tyrannical wishes regarding those who had acted, as he thought, ferociously and tyrannically.

    Shirley, by Charlotte Bronte

  • Greek Orthodox religion, if they had instituted parliamentary government, and if they had a completely free press which daily vituperated us, then - provided they still had armed forces as powerful as they have now - we should still hate them if they gave us ground for thinking them hostile.

    Bertrand Russell - Nobel Lecture

  • A minute, and they were through the doorway into the spacious porch, where individual movement was possible, and the fresh night air blew, and Deleah could see the light from the big lamp over the archway flaring on the top of her shabby old fly, while behind it was a long line of handsome carriages whose drivers vituperated the driver of the cab, in his broken hat.

    Mrs. Day's Daughters

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