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  • as inopprobrious
  • as inabusive
  • as inscurrilous
  • as intruculent
  • as invituperative

synonyms for most invective

  • calumniatory
  • contemptuous
  • contumelious
  • damaging
  • debasing
  • defamatory
  • defaming
  • denigrating
  • depreciative
  • derogative
  • despicable
  • despiteful
  • detractive
  • disgracing
  • dishonoring
  • disparaging
  • humiliating
  • hurting
  • injurious
  • insolent
  • insulting
  • invective
  • libeling
  • malevolent
  • malign
  • malignant
  • maligning
  • notorious
  • offending
  • offensive
  • pejorative
  • reproaching
  • reviling
  • scandalous
  • scurrilous
  • shaming
  • spiteful
  • truculent
  • vile
  • vitriolic
  • vituperative
  • vulgar
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antonyms for most invective

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  • complimentary
  • flattering
  • kind
  • nice
  • praising
  • kind
  • nice
  • respectful
  • complimentary
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    How to use most invective in a sentence

    Most's explanation, full of bitter invective, suggested hostile personal feeling.
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    If he had lost a son, he had found, what he seems to have prized quite as much, a fertile theme for invective.
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    If Maria does not take care, I shall write a much sharper invective against her, for not answering my Diabolical book.
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    It was when one of the table-legs overturned the swill-pail that the long pent-up storm burst in a torrent of invective.
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    He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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    The struggle was over, and Fox vented his rage and disappointment in a speech of unmeasured invective.
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    At Kingswood a man began a vehement invective against Wesley and Methodism.
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    Accordingly he is not sparing of invective against those who so disparage his race.
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    He was stirred to stinging invective of the churlish priest of Saint-Sulpice, who denied her church-burial.
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    The top-most bud waits only through the twelve hours of a single day to open.
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