Reports suggest Bishop decided to get revenge before she departed.
Dr. Karasu said "there's a greater pleasure in the unconsciousness of revenge - it's more powerful than success."
He should be satisfied that his revenge on the Republican Party is perfectly complete.
Thus Athena replaces unreason with reason, and revenge with the spirit of clemency.
Our manner of achieving justice certainly looked a lot like revenge.
In one case I should have my revenge; in another case I should have my liberty.
This was the way, then, that he intended taking his revenge!
Surely if revenge is a 'kind of Justice,' it is a 'wild' kind!
Blood revenge was nothing but an exercise of revenge and it had all the limitations of revenge.
Notwithstanding this catastrophe, the five guns opposed to the revenge continued their fire, and kept it up to the last.
late 14c., from Old French revengier, variant of revenchier "take revenge, avenge" (13c., Modern French revancher), from re-, intensive prefix (see re-), + vengier "take revenge," from Latin vindicare "to lay claim to, avenge, punish" (see vindicate).
To avenge is "to get revenge" or "to take vengeance"; it suggests the administration of just punishment for a criminal or immoral act. Revenge seems to stress the idea of retaliation a bit more strongly and implies real hatred as its motivation. ["The Columbia Guide to Standard American English," 1993]
1540s, from Middle French revenge, back-formation from revengier (see revenge (v.)).