Meaning of revilement in English:



See revile

‘As copy editor, and as an acquaintance to many of the complainants, I have received several letters expressing individuals' revilement with the cavalier attitude presented toward women.’
  • ‘During the years of feminist revilement, Hughes wrote and said little in public about his life with Plath.’
  • ‘Yogh grabbed hold of a nearby pillar to steady himself, and found out - much to his revilement - that it was composed of skulls, both human and animal.’
  • ‘It did not seem at all incongruous, either, that these people who watched him by with scorn and longing and utter revilement, these were the people that he would fight for.’
  • ‘What's his next miscalculated step along the path to universal revilement and hatred?’