invective


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Synonyms for invective

Synonyms for invective

Synonyms for invective

abusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will

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To judge from the conduct of the opposite parties, we shall be led to conclude that they will mutually hope to evince the justness of their opinions, and to increase the number of their converts by the loudness of their declamations and the bitterness of their invectives.
It had then been given up to the women and boys; who had paraded it up and down the village with shouts and chants and antic dances; occasionally saluting it with all kinds of taunts, invectives, and revilings.
He occasionally broke forth into sentences composed of invectives joined together in a long string.
Horser, with a stream of magnificent invectives, obeyed the summons.
But they have given us nothing but invective & mistrust.
Unfortunately, he said that they had given us nothing but invective and mistrust adding they also overlooked cross-border safe havens of terrorists who killed Pakistanis.
Railing, Reviling, and Invective in English Literary Culture, 1588-1617: The Anti-Poetics of Theater and Print.
Readers will recall that similar invective was directed at Malala when both the girls' medical and education fees were paid by foreign governments.
The Invective shotgun includes a full auto fire mode with increased range and impact,  and the last round of ammo deals additional damage and can regenerate ammo over a period of time.
The tone of these Epodes is unmistakably that of harsh invective, and the virulent targeting of the mulieres' revolting bodies is precisely in line with an Archilochean poetics that uses sexually-explicit, graphic obscenities as well as animal comparisons for the sake of a poetic attack.
BAGHDAD, May 29 (KUNA) -- Visiting Qatari Foreign Minister Khaled Al-Attiah on Friday rejected invective by Western Media over his country's hosting the 2022 World Cup, in the aftermath of the arrest of several FIFA officials on graft charges.
Much of Kincaid's works are considered autobiographical and portray her as an invective, melancholic person.
I, too, was equally astounded by the invective of the vociferous ranks of several correspondents on February 10.
Here it will suffice to mention the English edition of Petrarch's invectives curated by David Marsh (2003), or the Italian ones edited by Francesco Bausi (2004) and Monica Berte (2005), and David Rutherford's remarkable Early Renaissance Invective and the Controversies of Antonio da Rho (2005).
Now the Americana pioneer twins with brothers Billy and Brendan Ryan - aka The Bogmen - and displays an invigorating blend of invective, offkilter observations and spiky settings laced with rabid, off-road musical invention.