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Neal Katyal, a Georgetown law professor arguing on behalf of the City of Philadelphia, said the broad ruling sought by Catholic Social Services would open the door to invidious discrimination — not just against LGBTQ couples.

Can we find a way to prevent invidious discrimination without subjecting ourselves to government-enforced ideologies?

Tevi Troy eschews any invidious mention of right-of-center think tanks in his critique.

The drive toward nihilism is invidious, and it adds a substantial layer of risk to the financial world and markets.

Unfortunately, the yoke of the foreigner came in more invidious guise.

It is, therefore, (p. 224) a matter of individual taste, and further comparisons would be invidious and perhaps unjust.

There was little indeed to be amused at here except his choice of the particular invidious name.

Several exceptions must be understood; but to select them would be invidious.

That invidious task they leave to the unsuccessful novelists.

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On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to invidious, such as: abominable, calumnious, defamatory, detestable, detracting, and detractive.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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