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Vindictive

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  1. Mezizahn
    22.10.2019
    vindictive (adj.) s, "vengeful," from Latin vindicta "revenge" (see vindication) + -ive; or perhaps a shortening of vindicative based on the Latin word. From s as "punitive, retributive," rather than personally vengeful or deliberately cruel. Related: Vindictively.

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  2. Duzilkree
    20.10.2019
    having or showing a wish to harm someone because you think that they harmed you; unwilling to forgive: In the movie "Cape Fear", a lawyer's family is threatened by a vindictive former prisoner.

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  3. Kazrarisar
    16.10.2019
    The vindictive politics of the period may have pushed the nation over the abyss, but at least the cadres were squeaky clean. It is childish and hateful to manufacture petty, vindictive cliques who seem to thrive on aloofness, exclusivity and secrecy.

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  4. Zulular
    18.10.2019
    ‘The vindictive politics of the period may have pushed the nation over the abyss, but at least the cadres were squeaky clean.’ ‘As well as levelling whole cities, the forces of nature pursue and torment individuals in the most vindictive and sadistic manner.’.

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  5. JoJobei
    14.10.2019
    Vindictive and revengeful, the wily enemy was fighting to the end. The European is loud, contemptuous, and abusive; the Malay cool and vindictive. He was vindictive, ruthless, treacherous, but his courage was indomitable.

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  6. Nataur
    13.10.2019
    It should contain nothing calculated to make man cruel, revengeful, vindictive or infamous. It should be filled with intelligence, justice, purity, honesty, mercy, and the spirit of liberty. It should be opposed to strife and war, to slavery and lust, to ignorance, credulity, and superstition. It should develop the brain and civilise the heart.

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  7. Doshicage
    13.10.2019
    A vindictive person is someone with an enduring need for vengeance. People who are prone to vindictive behavior have a high level of negative emotions, and often take out their anger by hurting their loved ones in some way, via psychological or physical abuse and manipulation.

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  8. Karisar
    14.10.2019
    From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English vindictive vin‧dic‧tive / vɪnˈdɪktɪv / adjective CRUEL unreasonably cruel and unfair towards someone who has harmed you a bitter and vindictive old man — vindictively adverb — vindictiveness noun [uncountable] Examples from the Corpus vindictive • After the divorce Joan's ex-husband.

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