Meaning of vitriolically in English:



See vitriolic

‘Green's arrogant belief that he has been dragged down by his environment and peers leads him to vitriolically reject the class he was born into.’
  • ‘The only problem I have with this vitriolically elegant production is its speed: this brittle, precise text mustn't be rushed.’
  • ‘His writing is lethally sharp and vitriolically funny: the jagged aggressiveness of American speech moulded almost into poetry.’
  • ‘How is it that the people of Ontario vitriolically hate the party that gave them more days off, and love the party that slashed health care and turned education into a joke?’
  • ‘At the same time, Tolstoy vitriolically attacked Lear, eccentrically stating a preference for King Leir.’