verb (used with object), re·viled, re·vil·ing.
verb (used without object), re·viled, re·vil·ing.
Examples from the Web for revile
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 began to revile the knight in set terms, and challenged him to fight.Robin Hood|Paul Creswick
Soon had the Trojans reason to revile her as a "Fury bringing woe on wives."Studies of the Greek Poets (Vol I of 2)|John Addington Symonds
And on this ground they venture to revile the Christian religion because they misunderstand it.The Thoughts of Blaise Pascal|Blaise Pascal
Let them remain in ignorance of thee and thy works, or, knowing, let them revile.Petrarch's Letters to Classical Authors|Francesco Petrarca
They wonder why I came not to revile venery and vice; and verily, I came not to warn against pickpockets either!Thus Spake Zarathustra|Friedrich Nietzsche