[ 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
Of the revilers of God's word, we detail, among many others, the following occurrence.Fox's Book of Martyrs|John Foxe
Let us safely pass through our revilers, leaving behind the unspeakable and the enemies.Sacred Books of the East|Various
And thou shalt do it with all humility, trusting in me, reviling not against revilers.
Now wearied and worn with by-gone suffering he had no strength to stand forth and defy his revilers.
The revilers have made a great mistake or committed a disgraceful outrage.