Synonym: blistering, scalding, scathing. Similar words: imperative, cooperative, superlative, lucrative, narrative, pejorative, decorative, figurative. Meaning: adj. marked by harshly abusive criticism.
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1. He is often the victim of vituperative remarks concerning his wealth.
2. Miss Snowden yesterday launched a vituperative attack on her ex-boss and former lover.
3. Latter-day liberals have become especially vituperative because the ideal described so poetically by Kennedy does not and can not work.
4. A flame is a vituperative email directed at anyone who acts in an uninformed or irritating manner.
5. We find much of concern in the current vituperative condemnation of clinical ecology.
6. The rhetoric is getting more vituperative.
7. When I watched the vituperative Mr. Hyde, I was sure there must be a Dr. Jekyll in there somewhere(Sentencedict.com), but I was having a hard time finding him.
8. In addition, many bloggers engage anonymously in vituperative online commentary.
9. China changed its mind after vituperative outbursts online by nationalists, still angry with Japan for its occupation of China in the 1930s and 1940s.
10. Vituperative Chinese commentators detected an old bogey: an American attempt to "contain" China by bolstering alliances with its neighbours.
11. Internet chatrooms are full of vituperative anti - foreign sentiment.
12. They had hoped those fears would prove unfounded yesterday, but the rhetoric only got more vituperative.
13. Joyce managed to develop and moderate his style of vituperative public rhetoric.
14. It is doubtful that most web surfers would recognise Google in Mr Rubin's vituperative description.
15. Here she applies her skills to Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi and their vituperative joint interview that aired Monday on "The Bachelorette."
More similar words: imperative, cooperative, superlative, lucrative, narrative, pejorative, decorative, figurative, comparatively, administrative, recuperate, gratitude, hyperactive, interactive, native, operating, operation, negative, relative, creative, tentative, vegetative, evocative, generation, AND operation, desperation, laceration, veneration, liberation, creatively.