vitriol


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Look at the vitriol dished out to Shilpa, who has been impeccably polite and respectful.
You can continue to ignore the vitriol being spewed by the religious right, who will almost certainly hold it against you and your party.
Henderson is a tiny ball of tightly wound vitriol whose eyes evoke laughs in far softer moments; she manages to humanize a caricature artfully.
There seems to be a lot of vitriol reserved for dentists these days ( or at least those who are choosing not to take NHS patients and opting for private-only.
Such was the vitriol heaped on him, it was made clear neither Calderwood nor Jimmy Nichol would be made welcome there when they return with their new club and, furthermore, Calderwood was destined to become a hate figure in Dunfermline's history.
For years now, the mostly government-run media in Arab countries, including "moderate" ones such as Egypt, have been feeding their audiences a stream of anti-Semitic vitriol that would do Nazi Germany proud.
Unfortunately, the Humanist contributes nothing but vitriol, half-truths, sarcasm, distortions, and one-sided perspectives to this great and honorable debate.
He was an anti-Semite but extended the reach of his vitriol in a letter to The New York Times about "the Jewish question" to conclude that "all immigrants are undesirable.
Striding on to the stage with swaggering confidence, My Vitriol proved why they are the best band the masses have not heard yet.
As a couple of other protesters joined me, the level of vitriol began to rise.
Their sweetly sung little ditty seemed like the perfect antidote to the vitriol and mean-spiritedness that increasingly surfaces these days when parishes undertake church-renovation projects.
I call on all responsible Christian leaders to condemn this organization's vitriol and smear tactics.