vituperatory


vi·tu·per·a·to·ry

adjective \-p(ə-)rə-ˌtr-ē\

Definition of VITUPERATORY

Examples of VITUPERATORY

  1. <the kind of vituperatory speeches that are designed to rouse the rank-and-file at political conventions>

First Known Use of VITUPERATORY

1586

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