Thesaurus / reviler
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A man of genius may securely laugh at a mode of attack by which his reviler, in half a century or less, becomes his encomiast.
If then a man listens like a stone, what profit is there to the reviler?
He simply edged away from his reviler, who went off to "hedge" his bets, if possible.
BRED IN THE BONETHOMAS NELSON PAGE
He died in no odour of sanctity, but he was not a blasphemer or reviler, like others of this class.
THE WITS AND BEAUX OF SOCIETYGRACE & PHILIP WHARTON
The reviler is always trying to make his opponent ridiculous; and the use of ridicule in anger we cannot allow.
LAWSPLATO
There shall she lie also, the scoffer and reviler, the worker of evil.
But the scoffer and the reviler is after all not our philosopher's favorite rle.
Swift he quoted with admirable effect, but it was Swift the reviler, not Swift the jester.
MATTHEW ARNOLDG. W. E. RUSSELL
By many he is called the reviler of the gods, the author of all fraud and mischief, and the shame of gods and men alike.
The inconsistency of the reviler of things sacred, was becoming more barefaced and unpardonable.

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