English words and Examples of Usage
use "vile" in a sentence
Upon the story's endin
xandra, at first findin
g Scout as a vile
, un-ladylike girl, is deeply disturbed by the attack brought upon Scout and Jem by Bob Ewell.
Accidents in their
y filled the Salmoni house with vile
are vigorous and well informed, and in scurrility go little, if at all, beyond those of the chief polemical writers of the day.
In 1584, he introduced bishops, but met vigorous opposition and had to concede that the General Assembly running the church should continue to do so.
He therefore defended himself in court
in both cases in a far less than vigorous fashion.
In 1970, park officials changed their policy and start
ed a vigorous program to educate the public on the dangers of close contact with bears, and to try to eliminate opportunities for bears to find food in campgrounds and trash collection areas.
Particularly vigorous steam explosions in May 1917 blasted out the second of the two craters now seen near the northwest corner of the volcano's summit.
While he was at Harvard, his fifth cousin Theodore Roosevelt became president, and Theodore's vigorous leadership style and reforming zeal made him Franklin's role model and hero.
The West Pakistani press waged a vigorous but ultimately futile campaign to counteract newspaper and radio accounts of wholesale atrocities.
James I was perhaps the first to make vigorous efforts to restore central government machinery and reinstate royal justice.
Ecological issues came to the fore in Spain during 1998. A vigorous public debate
created a new awareness of topics such as environmental pollution and deforestation, and a host of organizations competed to spread the ecological message.
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