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invective (s) (noun), invectives (pl)
1. Swearing or abusive language that is harsh or insulting: James was very upset with the invectives his wife was saying to him because he forgot that it was her birthday.
2. Any vehement accusations or denunciations including bitterly abusive or sarcastic speech: The politicians were throwing invectives at each other during their TV debate.
Violent and wordy abuse.
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Harsh, censorious denunciations.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “invectives
1. Violent or harsh talk and behavior.
2. Saying bad things to or about someone. (2)