vindictive

seeking revenge.
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Vindictive

• (a.) Disposed to revenge; prompted or characterized by revenge; revengeful. • (a.) Punitive.
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Vindictive

Vin·dic'tive adjective [ For vindicative , confused with Latin vindicta revenge, punishment, from vindicare to vindicate. Confer Vindicative .] 1. Disposed to revenge; prompted or characterized by revenge; revengeful. « I am vindictive enough to repel...
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vindictive

disposed to seek revenge or intended for revenge
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vindictive

disposed to seek revenge or intended for revenge
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vindictive

having a desire to revenge 
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Vindictive

HMS Vindictive was a British light cruiser launched in 1897 with a top speed of 20 knots. She conveyed men to the mole at Zeebrugge during the attack on that harbour in April 1918 during the Great War. Later she was filled with concrete and sunk in Ostend harbour on May 9th 1918. She was raised in August 1920 and in November presented to the Belgiu...
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vindictive

showing malicious ill will and a desire to hurt
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vindictive

vindictive 1. Looking for revenge or done with a desire for revenge. 2. Spiteful feeling, showing, or done with a desire to hurt someone. 3. In law, used to describe damages awarded by a court that are set higher than the amount necessary to compensate the victim, in order to punish the defendant.
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