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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In Russian now, which he spoke, as he spoke and wrote four or five other European languages, without distinction and without force (other than that of invective), he inquired if Razumov had taken his inscriptions at the University as yet.
I checked the half-uttered invective, and scornfully turned away, regretting that I had given him so much amusement.
I now related my history briefly but with firmness and precision, marking the dates with accuracy and never deviating into invective or exclamation.
The lawyer stopped short in his invective, and listening for a moment, and recognising the well-known voice, rested his head upon his hand, raised his eyes to the ceiling, and muttered faintly,
The boy, patterning his conduct after that of his preceptor, unstoppered the vials of his invective upon the head of the enemy, until in realization of the futility of words as weapons he bethought himself of something heavier to hurl.
When operatives from QCPD's Galas Police Station arrived, they saw Balana armed with a kitchen knife, shouting invectives. A brief scuffle ensued when he resisted arrest.
remains unfazed from the invectives hurled by the convicted former military official.
The troops later called the teachers, including a female, and did not spare them for their share of invectives. 'The female teacher and other female students were also abused and harassed, ' the students said.
The troops later called the teachers, including a female, and did not spare them for their share of invectives. "The female teacher and other female students were also abused and harassed," the students said.
Televangelist Aamir Liaquat has repeatedly incurred the ire and disgust of the public, political figures and the judiciary over his consistent rhetoric peddling bigotry, misogyny, hate-speech and downright foul-mouthed invectives through his shows.
Rivera said Doune refused to hand over his driver's license and hurled invectives at the MTPB personnel, who sought police assistance.
Some elements are trying to create chaos through mudslinging and invectives besides creating a tense situation on electoral front.
In a satirical tone she said that Imran had been trying to restore the confidence of those institutions by denigrating them, throwing invectives at them and calling them a mafia.
(1) The paired erotic invectives, Epodes 8 and 12, however, thematize the poet's sexual impotence and his disgust during encounters with a repulsive sexual partner.