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Definitionabusive or venomous language — usually expressing criticism or deep-seated ill will
- My aunt and Mr. Dick represented the Government or the Opposition (as the case might be), and Traddles, with the assistance of Enfield's Speakers, or a volume of parliamentary orations, thundered astonishing invectives against them.Chapters 37-39 (21% in)
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