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vengeful
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The Aeneid
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  • Witness the vessels by Minerva toss’d In storms; the vengeful Capharean coast; Th’ Euboean rocks! the prince, whose brother led Our armies to revenge his injur’d bed, In Egypt lost!
  • Else should you not behold me here, alone, Involv’d in empty clouds, my friends bemoan, But, girt with vengeful flames, in open sight Engag’d against my foes in mortal fight.
  • The vengeful victor thus upbraids the slain: "Lie there, proud man, unpitied, on the plain; Lie there, inglorious, and without a tomb, Far from thy mother and thy native home, Exposed to savage beasts, and birds of prey, Or thrown for food to monsters of the sea."

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  • How many vengeful spirits roam these tunnels?
    Sabaa Tahir  --  An Ember in the Ashes
  • Cool Girl and Loved Wife and Unloved Wife and Vengeful Scorned Wife.
    Gillian Flynn  --  Gone Girl

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