revile

Resent vs Revile - What's the difference?

resent | revile |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between resent and revile

is that resent is (obsolete) to give forth an odor; to smell; to savor while revile is (obsolete) reproach; reviling.

As verbs the difference between resent and revile

is that resent is to express or exhibit displeasure or indignation at (words or acts) or resent can be (resend) while revile is to attack (someone) with abusive language.

As a noun revile is

(obsolete) reproach; reviling.

Upbraid vs Revile - What's the difference?

upbraid | revile |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between upbraid and revile

is that upbraid is (obsolete) to object or urge as a matter of reproach; to cast up; – with to before the person while revile is (obsolete) reproach; reviling.

As nouns the difference between upbraid and revile

is that upbraid is (obsolete) the act of reproaching; contumely while revile is (obsolete) reproach; reviling.

As verbs the difference between upbraid and revile

is that upbraid is to criticize severely while revile is to attack (someone) with abusive language.

Contempt vs Revile - What's the difference?

contempt | revile |


As nouns the difference between contempt and revile

is that contempt is (uncountable) the state of contemning; the feeling or attitude of regarding someone or something as inferior, base, or worthless; scorn, disdain while revile is (obsolete) reproach; reviling.

As a verb revile is

to attack (someone) with abusive language.

Revile vs Swear - What's the difference?

revile | swear |


As verbs the difference between revile and swear

is that revile is to attack (someone) with abusive language while swear is to take an oath or swear can be to be lazy; rest for a short while during working hours.

As nouns the difference between revile and swear

is that revile is (obsolete) reproach; reviling while swear is a swearword.

As an adjective swear is

heavy.

Injure vs Revile - What's the difference?

injure | revile | Related terms |

Injure is a related term of revile.


As verbs the difference between injure and revile

is that injure is to wound or cause physical harm to a living creature while revile is to attack (someone) with abusive language.

As a noun revile is

(obsolete) reproach; reviling.

Revile vs Blackguard - What's the difference?

revile | blackguard |


As verbs the difference between revile and blackguard

is that revile is to attack (someone) with abusive language while blackguard is to revile or abuse in scurrilous language.

As nouns the difference between revile and blackguard

is that revile is (obsolete) reproach; reviling while blackguard is (dated) a scoundrel; an unprincipled contemptible person; an untrustworthy person.

Censure vs Revile - What's the difference?

censure | revile | Related terms |

Censure is a related term of revile.


As verbs the difference between censure and revile

is that censure is while revile is to attack (someone) with abusive language.

As a noun revile is

(obsolete) reproach; reviling.

Revile vs Denounce - What's the difference?

revile | denounce |


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between revile and denounce

is that revile is (obsolete) reproach; reviling while denounce is (obsolete) to proclaim in a threatening manner; to threaten by some outward sign or expression; make a menace of.

As verbs the difference between revile and denounce

is that revile is to attack (someone) with abusive language while denounce is (obsolete) to make known in a formal manner; to proclaim; to announce; to declare.

As a noun revile

is (obsolete) reproach; reviling.

Revile vs Affront - What's the difference?

revile | affront |


As nouns the difference between revile and affront

is that revile is (obsolete) reproach; reviling while affront is .

As a verb revile

is to attack (someone) with abusive language.

Appal vs Revile - What's the difference?

appal | revile |


As verbs the difference between appal and revile

is that appal is (british|less common) while revile is to attack (someone) with abusive language.

As a noun revile is

(obsolete) reproach; reviling.

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