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Synonyms for vengefully

in a vindictive, revengeful manner

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"Domestic violence is a very real and tragic issue faced by many women the world over and should never be used to vengefully slander or as a ploy for monetary gain," the "Secrets and Lies" star added.
Humanitarian access may finally be granted, but only after military victory--and even then, only on what will be a thoroughly punitive and vengefully dilatory schedule set by Khartoum (which has refused to negotiate such access in good faith since the February 2012, when the Tripartite Agreement on access was first proposed by the UN, the African Union, and the Arab League).
O'Neil to Daniel Fischel's 1995 book, Payback: The Conspiracy to Destroy Michael Milken and His Financial Revolution, about the vengefully politicized arrests and prosecutions on Wall Street in the 1980s, when traders were led away from their desks in handcuffs.
It's an assertion of ownership and the principle of profit, viciously, vengefully and symbolically enacted to satisfy white anger and set an example to further would-be rebels.
"(He) was acting vengefully against me in retaliation for me having recommended disciplinary action against him in the finance inspection report for the irregularities committed by him and causing a loss to the public exchequer." Jose, who faces charges of amassing Rs11.9mn from 2010 to 2016, said there was an orchestrated move against him.
The sequel to The Six (Sourcebooks, 2015/VOYA June 2015), Adam and his team find themselves once again battling their nemesis, Sigma, a vengefully jealous Artificial Intelligence (AI), with plans to dismantle the Pioneer team from within.
After the deaths of Gold Root and his daughter, Moon Scent vengefully sets fire to the storehouse and kills herself in the fire.
Where is the interest group vengefully tracking the charging decisions of 1990s Assistant District Attorneys, with an eye to contributing funds to defeat their senatorial bids?
Rome vengefully renamed Judea Palestine, derived from Philistine, mortal enemy of the Jews (Goliath was a Philistine), and as further humiliation, built a shrine to Jupiter on the site of the second temple, and forbade any Jew, on pain of death, to appear within sight of Jerusalem.
"Many are victims of legal and social injustice, inadequately provided for by the public assistance system, and over-prosecuted and vengefully sentenced," he wrote.
(Almost vengefully) And you are going to much more than this.
Of course they were too polite to give me curious looks, but I felt terribly grungy in my outfit and vengefully wished the typhoon would turn into a deluge quickly so my raingear would prove wiser.
Unlike the Texas woman who vengefully pursues Val across state borders after he rejects her sexual advances in Battle of Angels, Miss Coynte does not persecute a partner who grows tired of her; the first time that, after discovering religion, Sonny Bowles resists his employer's sexual overture, she simply sends him off on a paid vacation and during his absence replaces him with "his two younger brothers, a pair of twins named Mike and Moon" (497), thereby doubling the range of her sexual carnival.
And now the country is virtually under the jackboots, with even liberals having a tough time at the hands of a coup-maker-turned-politician, who is vengefully going after Morsi's parent organisation Muslim Brotherhood that too he has outlawed.
It is against this background that one needs to see Erdogans now probably redoubled efforts to set aside pillars of the rule of law (such as the independence of the judiciary), as well as get a stranglehold on outlets of free speech (including the social media) and vengefully vow to root out former allies who turned against him.