avenge

(redirected from avenging)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.
Related to avenging: vengefulness
References in periodicals archive ?
com)-- Greenville, SC, author Andrea Cefalo will be signing copies of her debut young adult novel, The Fairytale Keeper: Avenging the Queen (Scarlet Primrose Press, paperback, $11.
This same Jesus strips an avenging Peter of his sword and asks God to forgive his own executioners.
Arsenal avenging Barcelona for snatching the trophy off them in 2006.
Avenging Eagles: Forbidden Tales of the 101st Airborne Division in World War 2.
Avenging Angels signed a 2,500 s/f renewal at 10 West 18th Street.
If you don't, Jesus warns us that we will have to appear before the Judge (God) on our personal Judgment Day and the Judge (God) will hand us over to the Bailiff (known as The Avenging Angel), and the Bailiff, will throw us into prison.
His prosecutorial streak is an avenging one rooted not in ideology but in (not entirely unjustified) hatred of urban disorder.
Barte used the momentum from her semifinal victory to record a 7-5, 7-5 triumph in the final over defending champion Maggie Mello, avenging a semifinal loss to the Mission Viejo standout last season.
And if that isn't enough, there's a disabled Batman forced to pass his gauntlet to a new and even darker hero, Azrael, the Avenging Angel, along with a rookie Robin.
The deposed evil aristocrat ultimately escapes his bondage and is obsessed with avenging his defeat and ignominious deportation.
As a CEO, I didn't know that my peers were being stalked by an avenging, self-righteous, career-stepping politician.
The president and his handlers cynically stoked public fears of Iraqi-sponsored terrorism to generate support for an aggressive war that had nothing to do with avenging 9-11 or protecting our nation from terrorism.