verb (used with object), re·viled, re·vil·ing.
verb (used without object), re·viled, re·vil·ing.
Origin of revile
Synonyms for revile
Related Words for reviledvilify, denounce, chide, berate, criticize, castigate, scorn, disparage, ream, reprobate, reproach, denigrate, vituperate, blame, admonish, abuse, lambaste, reprimand, censure, lecture
Examples from the Web for reviled
Contemporary Examples of reviled
Battle remains an elusive figure both respected and reviled in the beer industry.Meet the Beer Bottle Dictator
August 12, 2014
Three-time champ Tony Stewart is reviled—and beloved—for his take-no-prisoners, borderline-unhinged attitude.Homicide or Accident in Tony Stewart’s NASCAR Scandal?
August 11, 2014
It was once described as “the most reviled public statue ever erected” in the U.S.Weird Washington Monument History
May 12, 2014
Barbie has always been most reviled for her unattainable beauty and oozing sexuality.Happy Bday Barbie! You're Over
March 9, 2014
The Crown Prince is as reviled among the Thai people as the King, Rama IX, is beloved.The Real Crisis in Thailand is the Coming Royal Succession
February 22, 2014
Historical Examples of reviled
He reviled the Fat; the Fat, he declared, had conquered the Thin.The Fat and the Thin
He pictured to himself the whole scene; he saw her pursued, hooted at, reviled.Doctor Pascal
He was caricatured, spit at, reviled, depicted as the beast-man in Europe.Blood and Iron
John Hubert Greusel
For He must endure to be reviled and slandered, to the highest degree.
He denounced him when he talked, and he reviled him when he sang.Sir Brook Fossbrooke, Volume I.
Charles James Lever