verb (used with or without object), vi·tu·per·at·ed, vi·tu·per·at·ing.
- vitória de conquista
Origin of vituperate
Examples from the Web for vituperate
While the buyers are apt to vituperate the workmen, in too many cases they are the culprits.Pottery and Porcelain, from early times down to the Philadelphia exhibition of 1876|Charles Wyllys Elliott
They vituperate the humanists in comically bad Latin, which is perhaps the best part of the joke.An Introduction to the History of Western Europe|James Harvey Robinson
On occasion he could stoop to praise one party and vituperate another, but that was his tongue serving his worldly interest.Lewis Rand|Mary Johnston
Literature and the pulpit were inevitably the interpreters that she employed to vituperate the sins of the people.The Cathedral|Joris-Karl Huysmans
Bibliolators may vituperate us, persecute us, or imprison us, but they cannot refute us.Comic Bible Sketches|George W. Foote
Word Origin for vituperate
1540s, from Latin vituperatus, past participle of vituperare (see vituperation). "Not in common use until the beginning of the 19th c." [OED]. Related: Vituperated; vituperating.