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invidious
used in Catch-22

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tending to arouse resentment, prejudice, or other ill will
  • 'He has a happy facility for getting different people to agree what a prick he is,' Colonel Cargill confided invidiously to ex-P. F.C. Wintergreen in the hope that ex-P. F.C. Wintergreen would spread the unfavorable report along through Twenty-seventh Air Force Headquarters.
    Chapter 12 — Bologna (25% in)

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