Bitter and abusive.
‘the criticism soon turned into a vituperative attack’
‘Owing in large part to his frequent vituperative attacks on corporate America, he has so far not found much favor among institutional investors.’
‘The attacks on Australian judges in recent times have become more vituperative, more sustained and more intensely personal.’
‘He is known as a vindictive, vituperative, nasty, brutish political boss — but now we learn that he’s also a pathetic cry baby.’
‘Its lush harmonic arrangements conceal some vituperative and downright nasty lyrics, delivered in a deceptively deadpan manner.’