When the bishop and most of his missionaries died, Livingstone reviled them for not taking “hygienic” precautions.
Battle remains an elusive figure both respected and reviled in the beer industry.
In memory, he was reviled as a servile race traitor, a cringing sycophant to white wealth and power.
The reviled Yankees player just got a 211-game suspension for alleged juicing.
The reason you probably know this is because the piece was so widely mocked and reviled.
Though she knew nothing of Henry Marten she reviled his memory.
For the English are reviled for their imperialism because they are not imperialistic.
But,” she said sweetly—“suppose it meant another to be despised, reviled, made infamous.
I said; for I was thinking of One who, "when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he suffered, he threatened not."
“And they that were crucified with him reviled him” (Mark xv, 32).