venge

verb \ ˈvenj \

Definition of venge

venged; venging
transitive verb
archaic
: avenge

Examples of venge in a Sentence

  1. a romance novel featuring a hotheaded hero who is ever ready to venge every affront to the family's honor

Origin and Etymology of venge

Middle English vengen, borrowed from Anglo-French venger — more at vengeance

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