vengefulness


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venge·ful

 (vĕnj′fəl)
adj.
1. Desiring vengeance; vindictive: epidemics seen as acts of a vengeful God.
2. Characterized by or stemming from a desire for revenge: a vengeful attack by a spurned lover; vengeful anger.
3. Serving to exact vengeance: a vengeful sword.

venge′ful·ly adv.
venge′ful·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vengefulness - a malevolent desire for revengevengefulness - a malevolent desire for revenge  
malevolence, malignity - wishing evil to others

vengefulness

noun
The quality or condition of being vindictive:
Translations
vingatividade
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Gascon, however, said 'none of my previous or future actions in public office would ever be motivated by vengefulness, vindictiveness, or subjectivity.
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