But all these groups are reaching a point where vengeance takes priority over politics or, much less, public relations.
The first cat on the catwalk (sorry, we had to) was vengeance, a 12-week-old Sphinx in an argyle sweater.
The way he goes about this vengeance, however, is enough a snooze for you to want to close your own coffin for an eternal slumber.
Why is Mellie, or anyone, for that matter, merely satisfied with small acts of vengeance against her cheating husband?
The Arab Awakening came to Yemen in 2011 with a vengeance and has left the country completely fragmented.
Vesta Philbrook would not have been capable of a vengeance so mean.
How much better do the English understand the arts of vengeance!
Let him die, and be no longer an impediment to their vengeance!
It was succeeded by the most frantic and angry demonstrations of vengeance.
At last it seemed that they had evidence which lighted up their future path of vengeance.
c.1300, from Anglo-French vengeaunce, Old French vengeance "revenge," from vengier "take revenge," from Latin vindicare "to set free, claim, avenge" (see vindicate).
Vengeance is mine, ... saith the Lord. Therefore if thine enemy hunger, feed him; if he thirst, give him drink; for in so doing thou shalt heap coals of fire upon his head. [Paul to the Romans, xii:19-20]