The blogs and listservs have lit up with angry, vituperative comments and threats.
By now there are many hundreds of these tweets, varying from vehement to vituperative, from accusatory to abusive.
His talent for vituperative language was perceived, and by some he was, even in those days, considered matchless as a scold.
There was no limit, however, to the vituperative vocabulary of the Church.
When he ceased to be witty, sarcastic, or vituperative, he became turgid.
It is a most vituperative affair, and reeks with fire and brimstone.
The Soliloquy of the divish Cloister attains a new effect of grotesque: it is the comic tragedy of vituperative malevolence.
But the Mostianer were not convinced, blinded by the vituperative eloquence of Most.
Though naturally of a mild disposition, his controversies unfortunately assumed the harsh and vituperative tone of the period.
On another occasion he concluded a vituperative address by describing the defendant as "a most naufrageous ruffian."