1. speak against in an impassioned manner
    he declaimed against the wasteful ways of modern society
  2. complain bitterly
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How To Use inveigh In A Sentence

  • Nor did he inveigh against the drug and alcohol culture of the West, or its tolerance for homosexuals. The Longest War
  • They published a monthly news magazine, which served as their mouthpiece usually inveighing against something wrong with Boston's city finances, or elected officials.
  • I stood in this Senate when there were not five men with me to support me, and then I rose here and told those who were inveighing like demons against the principles that they called abolitionism, that I was an Abolitionist. History of the Thirty-Ninth Congress of the United States
  • Hamilton inveighs against "popery" in some of his early political pamphlets. Separation of Church & State: A Thumbnail Sketch
  • Now Nick Gibb is inveighing against “the education establishment, who have known about this research for some time, have not adapted the national literacy strategy to put synthetic phonics at its core. This year’s educational panacea
  • In the meantime, Khrushchev had been holding a stormy and furious press conference making veiled threats and inveighing against the treacherous nature of the United States.
  • Big government, the devil that Republicans love to inveigh against, is big precisely because it is so active in so many costly ways in serving the interests of our biggest corporations. Robert Scheer: The New Corporate World Order
  • Which was where she fled and Matey was left to inveigh against the idea to the empty air. ADRIENNE AND THE CHALET SCHOOL
  • When the Council of Trent inveighed against polyphonic music for sacred purposes, although the target of their arrows was Palestrina, they might just as well have been speaking of Gombert.
  • And so there was no lack of critics last week inveighing against this ‘waste’ of public money.
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