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 revilinglibel, scolding, railing, censure, blame, slander, abuse, reprimand, reproach, berating, billingsgate, castigation, contumely, criticism, defamation, invective, obloquy, revilement, scurrility
Examples from the Web for reviling
Historical Examples of reviling
Muda Saffir arose in his prahu cursing and reviling the frightened Dyaks.The Monster Men
Edgar Rice Burroughs
From this passage has come abundance of reviling of the physical system.
Thus spoke Thersites, reviling Agamemnon, the shepherd of the people.
His use of "raca" and "moreh" for reviling, shows their meaning was not lost upon him.A Retrospect
James Hudson Taylor
The boys are usually very bad about reviling each other and about fighting.Modern Persia
Mooshie G. Daniel