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inveigh (verb), inveighs; inveighed; inveighing
To rail and to protest, often in an angry and affronting manner: The students at the private school, including Jacky and Simon, inveighed against the poor food in the cafeteria.

The office staff inveighed against the company's requirement for them to work overtime.

To speak bitterly and violently against someone or an institution.
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To protest strongly against a government policy.
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