verb (used with object), re·viled, re·vil·ing.
verb (used without object), re·viled, re·vil·ing.
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The company is widely reviled by all except those who cash its checks.San Diego Has More Leverage in Franchise Fee Deal Than It’s Letting on|Craig D. Rose|January 6, 2021|Voice of San Diego
But his economy is in peril and the people who support him today may well revile him tomorrow.Putin’s Patriotism is Phony, His Desperation is Real|Andrew Nagorski|April 4, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And one day, perhaps, the conservatives who today revile John Roberts will give him his due.Obamacare Ruling: Peter Beinart on the Favor Justice Roberts Did the Right|Peter Beinart|June 28, 2012|DAILY BEAST
While Democrats tend to revile their losing candidates, Republicans revere theirs.
He would set impositions of unprecedented length, and revile himself for ruining the victim's handwriting.Sinister Street, vol. 1|Compton Mackenzie
They praise that which they know, they revile that which they know not.
The public were p. 158appealed to on the subject; pamphlets were written and newspapers were hired to revile the railway.Lives of the Engineers|Samuel Smiles
We had a bugle player who played revile when the German Camp Commander and his group came in every morning.
As soon as they arrived Inside the wire he would start playing a swinging revile.