Examples of vilification in a Sentence
warned that the constant vilification of candidates for public office was undermining the people's faith in the political system
Recent Examples of vilification from the Web
Scrolling through Facebook in Myanmar often reveals a toxic brew of jingoistic fervor and ethnic vilification.
The rapper obsesses over Cobain’s self-destruction, the idolization of which has historically been bound up with the vilification of Courtney Love.
Analysts pointed to Gillespie’s defense of Confderate memorials and vilification of Central American gangs in stark advertising that seemed similar to footage from horror movies.
Decades of hatred, malicious vitriol and vilification have led to two sets of loyal fans forming a permanent bond of contempt for one another; the kind passed down from parent to child before anything else has the chance.
After college basketball analyst Jay Bilas tweeted about the incident, the vilification of Valentine began.
Sure, the primary vilification of academese comes courtesy of good old anti-intellectualism, and its practitioners aren’t exactly jumping to read an unapologetically intellectual defense such as this.
On what basis do these bonus and investment announcements deserve cynicism and vilification?
Jews never belong enough anywhere to avoid vilification as parasites, vultures, usurers and traitors.
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