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She is simply at that point where she wants to take revenge for his actions.

But Helmy insisted police would never take revenge on their own.

When we tried to break the fight, but they attacked us too, and vowed to take revenge on us for hiring Arabs.

So it might well be that you get a very [harsh police] response, trying to take revenge for that.

In the Quran, God tells us not to insult the beliefs of others, lest they take revenge by insulting God.

Well, then, by meriting happiness, I will take revenge upon the injustice which would deprive me of it.

The relations and friends, transported with sudden rage, ran to the house of Cudjoe, to take revenge by killing Murray.

You can take revenge by sacking, burning and destroying Rome and St. Peter's, but religion shall remain in spite of you.

Could it be true that a man I had kicked with such enthusiasm and success was now about to take revenge by killing me?

This seems an excellent opportunity for you to take revenge.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take revenge, such as: reciprocate, get, pay, recompense, repay, and requite.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.