Definition of inveigh:
recite, revile, expostulate, declaim, vituperate, admonish, rail in, denounce, protest, protest, take exception, reproach, vilify, object, challenge, rail, squawk, train, demur, kick, remonstrate, set up a squawk, support, except, fulminate, censure, rail off.
" Ah, sir," said the stranger, sinking into a more natural and careless tone, " I have a better right than I imagine you can claim to repine or even to inveigh against the boundaries which are, day by day and hour by hour, encroaching upon what I have learned to look upon as my own territory.- "The Disowned, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
It follows that if you are to speak of some outrageous crime, you should not inveigh against it with a comparable violence of diction until your audience has achieved such a notion of the crime as will not be at odds with such force and violence.- "An Essay on True and Apparent Beauty in which from Settled Principles is Rendered the Grounds for Choosing and Rejecting Epigrams", Pierre Nicole.
- "The Haskalah Movement in Russia", Jacob S. Raisin.