The governor also sued Madigan and vindictively cut funding for the Illinois Arts Council headed by Madigan's wife.
London was famously charismatic, but to those closest to him, he could be vindictively cruel.
"The prisoner will be taught proper respect immediately," vindictively assured the Scarlet Mask.
And then, vindictively: “I presume they are desperadoes—too!”
She had never felt so vindictively anxious to see the last of any one in her life.
"I always said your colonel was a bear," says Miss Massereene, vindictively.
He did not lead his fair companion straight to those authorities, as she vindictively desired, but back to her hotel.
But, it hastens to add, vindictively, 'generally an old or a rude-mannered one.'
Natasha cried, and her eyes glittered coldly and vindictively.
Nicanor came to hate him vindictively, with no reason at all, as he hated all the world just then.