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Then followed another column, reviling the cowardly fools, as they were termed, whom captivity had converted into fanatics.
MY TEN YEARS' IMPRISONMENTSILVIO PELLICO
It happened more than once that these faithful messengers were driven out of town, pursued with stones as well as reviling.
SILVER CHIMES IN SYRIAW. S. NELSON
She made no open accusations, not she; not a harsh or reviling word crossed her lips.
THE CONQUEST OF ROMEMATILDE SERAO
“Obstinate reviles,” says the legend; and you should see Obstinate reviling.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. XXII (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
He had to nip his tongue with his beak till it bled to compel himself by sheer pain to abstain from reviling his predecessor.
WOOD MAGICRICHARD JEFFERIES
He had barely closed the door before she began reviling him to me in the most shocking manner.
THE LAW AND THE LADYWILKIE COLLINS
No man shall suffer any punishment but for matter of fact or reviling words.
THE DIGGER MOVEMENT IN THE DAYS OF THE COMMONWEALTHLEWIS H. BERENS
And thou shalt do it with all humility, trusting in me, reviling not against revilers.
HISTORY OF THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTSJOSEPH SMITH
It was no proof of magnanimity in Burns to use his talent in reviling the minister, who had done nothing more than his duty.
ROBERT BURNSPRINCIPAL SHAIRP.
"I will show you the law," said the warden, reviling Vasilieff.
THE AWAKENINGLEO NIKOLEYEVICH TOLSTOY

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