[ UK /ɹɪvˈɛnd‍ʒfə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. disposed to seek revenge or intended for revenge
    punishments...essentially vindictive in their nature
    more vindictive than jealous love
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How To Use revengeful In A Sentence

  • If you converse with those that despise and injure you, strengthen yourself against impatient, revengeful pride.
  • Could the devil be working through the revengeful gravedigger, or had the wine master simply added too many chemicals by mistake?
  • The most revengeful way to humiliate a family against whom disputes are pending is to subject the womenfolk in that family to crimes that rob them of their honour and dignity and bring them disrepute.
  • Once this revengeful act was done, Aegisthus crowned himself king of Argos with Clytaemnestra as his queen.
  • The most revengeful way to humiliate a family against whom disputes are pending is to subject the womenfolk in that family to crimes that rob them of their honour and dignity and bring them disrepute.
  • She could almost hear some revengeful opponent state triumphantly ‘Checkmate,’ as the neat graph of her life crumbled.
  • She had not liked what Miss Wilmot had had to say on the subject of being revengeful and dishonourable. CHALLENGE FOR THE CHALET SCHOOL
  • When he was a boy he was always violent and revengeful.
  • As a result, Langley has a revengeful trait of character and a mercenary streak.
  • Who knew band nerds could be such a hostile, even revengeful and aggressive, group?
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