Like any person with more years lived than left, my mother is too wise to inveigh against the inevitabilities of time.
Neither by word nor deed did he ever inveigh against circumcision.
Do not, then, inveigh so much against a motive, which governs you as it governs other men?
As a matter of fact, they were no better nor any worse than the men against whom a whimsical vanity caused them to inveigh.
You inveigh against our theory, and even against theories in general.
Did she excuse to them his long absence, his dwelling afar off, or did she inveigh against it?
Against these he could inveigh with surety, at least, of an appreciative audience.
And yet I have never heard him inveigh against those who love neither.
As soon as he caught sight of the Immortals he began to inveigh against them.
We are more prone to inveigh against it, and accuse others of the vice than to admit it in ourselves.
late 15c., "to introduce," from Latin invehi "to attack with words," originally "carry oneself against," passive infinitive of invehere "bring in, carry in," from in- "against" (see in- (1)) + vehere "to carry" (see vehicle). Meaning "to give vent to violent denunciation" is from 1520s. Related: Inveighed; inveighing.