Definition of Revilers

1. Noun. (plural of reviler) ¹



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Definition of Revilers

1. reviler [n] - See also: reviler

Lexicographical Neighbors of Revilers

reviewer
reviewers
reviewing
reviewing stand
reviewless
reviews
revigorate
revigorated
revigorates
revigorating
revile
reviled
revilement
revilements
reviler
revilers (current term)
reviles
reviling
revilingly
revilings
revince
revinced
revincing
revindicate
revindicated
revindicates
revindicating
revindication
revindications
reviolate

Literary usage of Revilers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Notes, Explanatory and Practical, on the First Epistle of Paul to the by Albert Barnes (1841)
"1 Nor revilers. The same word which in ch. v. 11, is rendered railer. See Note on that place. 1 Nor extortioners. Note, ch. v. 11. 1 Shall inherit. ..."

2. Mount Calvary, with Meditations in Sacred Places by Matthew Hale Smith (1866)
"In his letter from Philippi to the Church in Corinth, he alludes to a few disturbers of the peace and revilers of authority in that Church, who turned the ..."

3. Letters on the Spanish Inquisition: A Rare Work, and the Best which Has Ever by Joseph Marie Maistre, comte de Joseph Marie Maistre, Thomas J. O'Flaherty (1843)
"It is you, presumptuous and ignorant revilers, who, in your infuriate blindness, have buried Europe in blood. Well, indeed, does it become you to blame our ..."

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