Definitions for revilerɪˈvaɪl
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
(v.t.)to address or speak of with contemptuous, abusive, or opprobrious language.
(v.i.)to speak abusively.
Origin of revile:
1325–1375; ME < OF reviler. See re -, vile
vilify, revile, vituperate, rail(verb)
spread negative information about
"The Nazi propaganda vilified the Jews"
The gracious Judge, without revile, replied. uE000245102uE001 Milton.
To attack (someone) with abusive language.
Origin: From revilen, from re + aviler, from a- + vil; see vile.
to address or abuse with opprobrious and contemptuous language; to reproach