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(1) She was unprepared for the flood of vituperation which descended on her from her critics.
(2) No one else attracted such vituperation from him.
(3) The speeches were full of vituperation and slander.
(4) There was violent argument and vituperation on both sides.
(5) It precipitated a flood of vituperation resulting in an inquiry into the nature of art and reality in relation to the photograph.
(6) Xiangzi had become a butt of vituperation.
(7) Denunciatory or abusive language; vituperation.
(8) The flood of vituperation rushed on for what seemed an interminable period, while the Queen blushed scarlet(sentencedict.com), the Princess burst into tears.
(9) The reaction to arguments from silence is usually noisy vituperation, and rightly so.
(10) If two paranoias living in different surroundings meet, then nothing left but quarrel and vituperation.
(11) Yet Rand's appeal has been undimmed by either the vituperation of her critics or the peculiarity of her admirers.
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