avenge

[ uh-venj ]SEE DEFINITION OF avenge

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AVENGE

To defend and avenge each other, is the deep feeling of all.

But they were too late to avenge, as they had been too late to save.

Then what could God do to avenge His honour and to have satisfaction rendered to Him?

She thought that she had to avenge her husband, and had fixed the bayonet to her rifle.

In the second, He assures us that God longs to avenge His elect speedily.

It beseems us better friends to avenge than fruitlessly mourn them.

She had saved and she had inherited, and all was put aside for the man who should avenge her husband.

I am the last of his 47 family, and it is my duty, therefore, to take measures to avenge him.

All the energies of her soul were aroused to avenge her husband's death.

They knew that these were intended to avenge the defeat of Marathon.

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