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inveigh (v.)

formerly also enveigh, late 15c., "to introduce," from Latin invehere "to bring in, carry in, introduce," also "assault, assail," from in- "against" (see in- (1)) + vehere "to carry" (from PIE root *wegh- "to go, move, transport in a vehicle"). Meaning "to give vent to violent denunciation" is from 1520s, from a secondary sense in Latin (see invective). Related: Inveighed; inveighing.

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Definitions of inveigh

inveigh (v.)
complain bitterly;
Synonyms: rail
inveigh (v.)
speak against in an impassioned manner;
Synonyms: declaim
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