Vituperative  

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"In addition to sharing his expertise in languages and verbal aggression, Reinhold Aman was inclined to a vituperative mode of discourse and is known in certain Usenet newsgroups as one inclined to participate in flame wars."--Sholem Stein

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vituperative

  1. Marked by harsh verbal abuse; invective; scolding; abusive.

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