[ ri-vahy-ler ]
/ rɪˈvaɪ lər /
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someone who speaks abusively or contemptuously to or of another person or thing:The author said his father was an alcoholic, a self-hating reviler of anyone and everyone who disagreed with him.
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How to use reviler in a sentence
There shall she lie also, the scoffer and reviler, the worker of evil.
By many he is called the reviler of the gods, the author of all fraud and mischief, and the shame of gods and men alike.
Swift he quoted with admirable effect, but it was Swift the reviler, not Swift the jester.Matthew Arnold|G. W. E. Russell
But if the reviler has as a stepping-stone (or ladder) the weakness of him who is reviled, then he accomplishes something.
What nuts it would have been for that feeble reviler and feebler rival of his, 'one Hill!'