Tuesday, August 05, 2008
Definitions for vituperate
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Citations for vituperate
There are moments in life when true invective is called for, when it becomes an absolute necessity, out of a deep sense of justice, to denounce, mock, vituperate, lash out, in the strongest possible language.
The incensed priests...continued to raise their voices, vituperating each other in bad Latin.
Origin of vituperate
Vituperate comes from Latin vitupero, vituperare, to scold, blame, censure.