inveigh

Part of speech: verb

To utter vehement censure or invective.

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Usage examples "inveigh":

  1. She would fly off to Aunt Betha to inquire into the matter, and would inveigh upon her want of management with some asperity. - "Salome", Emma Marshall.
  2. The very people who cry loudest that there must be an opposition in the State inveigh against every discord in the party. - "The Ego and His Own", Max Stirner.
  3. However much fault they might find with the existing constitution of the Church, however much they might inveigh against what they considered to be its errors, however much they might point to the abuses which deformed it, and to the uncharitable spirit of some of its clergy, they by no means desired its downfall. - "The English Church in the Eighteenth Century", Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton.