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The best entrepreneurs know that — even at its most vituperative — critical feedback is the necessary ingredient to startup success.
There would seem to have been no actual counterpart in these languages to the vituperative swearing of modern days.
She scowled and would have become vituperative, but Raston moved the hand which held the envelope significantly.
THE PAGAN'S CUPFERGUS HUME
Though naturally of a mild disposition, his controversies unfortunately assumed the harsh and vituperative tone of the period.
THE JESUITS, 1534-1921THOMAS J. CAMPBELL
In the second place, he enjoyed Manuel's vituperative remarks about cutting the liver out of the "boss."
WEST WIND DRIFTGEORGE BARR MCCUTCHEON
When he ceased to be witty, sarcastic, or vituperative, he became turgid.
To the exercise of his vituperative talents it must be owned that we are indebted for some of his most vigorous productions.
These be 'prave 'ords'; and it seems a pity that so much sterling vituperative ammunition should be expended in vain.
THE VERBALISTTHOMAS EMBLY OSMUN, (AKA ALFRED AYRES)
And La Boulaye assisted him in his labours with kicks and cuffs and a tongue no less vituperative.
Somebody sent a copy of the local paper containing a vituperative interview with the old mountaineer.
THE RULES OF THE GAMESTEWART EDWARD WHITE

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