Origin of inveigh
OTHER WORDS FROM inveighin·veigh·er, nounun·in·veigh·ing, adjective
Words nearby inveigh
How to use inveigh in a sentence
Like any person with more years lived than left, my mother is too wise to inveigh against the inevitabilities of time.
She would even wildly inveigh against the doctor, whom she accused of being in the pay of Max to drag her away.By Birth a Lady|George Manville Fenn
As a matter of fact, they were no better nor any worse than the men against whom a whimsical vanity caused them to inveigh.Windjammers and Sea Tramps|Walter Runciman
She would fly off to Aunt Betha to inquire into the matter, and would inveigh upon her want of management with some asperity.Salome|Emma Marshall