A lot of invective has been thrown their way, but that one company spends about $50 million a year on R&D.
Compliments would earn their deliverer a stream of invective, while an insult or dirty joke “would earn his respect.”
In the early days of the protest, invective chants were popular.
This is the kind of invective that is poisoning our public discourse.
As an insult, which is absolutely what it is, it satisfyingly rolls off the tongue, as all invective should.
The flood of invective which had been accumulating in Mr. Peck's system all the afternoon now broke its bounds.
Then there was a current of curses, a swift hissing of invective.
He was full of self-vindication, full of invective against his fellows, full of mistaken thoughts about God.
Not succeeding, he raised his free arm in a flurry of invective.
The unwieldy three-decker of the invective should be reduced to the manageable form of the epistolary torpedo and gunboat.