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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvituperativevi‧tu‧pe‧ra‧tive /vɪˈtjuːpərətɪv $ vaɪˈtuː-/ adjective formal  CRITICIZEfull of angry and cruel criticism syn vicious vituperative comments
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vituperativeLatter-day liberals have become especially vituperative because the ideal described so poetically by Kennedy does not and can not work.We find much of concern in the current vituperative condemnation of clinical ecology.A flame is a vituperative email directed at anyone who acts in an uninformed or irritating manner.Joyce managed to develop and moderate his style of vituperative public rhetoric.
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