When you verbally attack someone and call him names and say mean things, this is an example of a time when you revile.
transitive verb-·viled′, -·vil′ing
Origin of revileMiddle English revilen from Old French reviler, to regard or treat as vile from re-, re- + viler, to humiliate from vil, vile
verbre·viled, re·vil·ing, re·viles
Origin of revileMiddle English revilen from Old French reviler re- re- vil vile ; see vile .
(third-person singular simple present reviles, present participle reviling, simple past and past participle reviled)
- (obsolete) reproach; reviling
- The gracious Judge, without revile, replied. "” Milton.