vindictively


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Synonyms for vindictively

in a vindictive, revengeful manner

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Scandinavian right-wing parties, which have been allowed to take part in government, aren't as vindictively tough on immigration.
Mohammad Farooq Rehmani demanded his immediate release and said the arrest of political workers and leaders is aimed at harassing and torturing them and their families vindictively to achieve the regime's malicious designs.
Barbara Farnsworth also interests herself in Tietjens as "an English gentleman, 'the best in the world,'" (83) in the face of 0 Nine Morgan's bloody death, Sylvia's manic visit to him in Rouen, and General Campion's vindictively assigning him to die in the trenches at the front.
Officials said \Israel was not pleased to see Palestinians happy to enter their mosque after 14 days of absence from it and therefore attacked them vindictively.
Many supporters believe it is another example of the club acting vindictively towards us.
Lawyer Panayiotis Neocleous, on trial along with former deputy attorney-general Rikkos Erotokritou, lawyer Andreas Kyprizoglou and the Andreas Neocleous law firm, told the court on Tuesday that he was being prosecuted unjustly and vindictively.
Thus, the (NCP) regime in Khartoum, led by the genocidal criminal, fugitive from the International Justice, Omer Hassan Ahmed al-Bashir aims vindictively revenging from the civilian population of Sudan in Darfur in the belief that they were the instigators of his indictment by the International Criminal Court (ICC) that issued arrest warrant to apprehend him for the c who are rime of war, crimes against humanity and genocide.
When the Scottish Parliament introduced free personal care for frail elderly people, the Treasury vindictively withdrew attendance allowance from those affected.
A DAY AFTER Prime Minister Narendra Modi attacked Sonia Gandhi, the Congress president said the Narendra Modi government was working vindictively against Rae Bareli, her Parliamentary constituency.
MP JOHN HEMMING'S VIEW It's clear to me that Fife social services have acted vindictively against this young family.
Both the Kurds and the Sunnis are afraid that Shiites may act vindictively and conduct a bloody reprisal against ISIL militants and local Sunni forces that support ISIL.
The depredations of the horror promised to us has come: the children soon vanish, and the passive little girl the film has made us follow for an hour waits vindictively in the back seat of a car as her parents drive into the dark of night.
But if the RUK, the EU and NATO respond vindictively to a Yes vote -- whether to teach Scotland a lesson or to deter others (such as Catalonia) -- matters could become very ugly and very costly.