contumelious


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Related to contumelious: inordinately, germane, vituperative
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Toyota's two contumelious "arbitrariness" advertisements issued in the Chinese market in 2003 caused the intense antipathy of the Chinese media and the public.
And he said that on Good Friday, when our Lord temporarily died on the Cross, [the Jews] in their blasphemous, contumelious passion, with their knives and various implements of iron, contemptuously, ignominiously, and cruelly pierced the aforesaid sacred hosts.
Iniuria "embraced any contumelious disregard of another's rights or personality.
Rodgers and the balance of the Board to be considered amicable and productive, rather than opprobrious or contumelious.
Gandhi would never have uttered such belligerent, mocking and contumelious words about another spiritual leader--all in the name of peace.