Crowley maintained a stream of invective and abuse against Waite.
A woman had hurled racist invective at the family.
He retorted the invective on her.
His command of irony and invective was said to be very classic and lethal.
At such times his command of invective was said to be classic and lethal.
In Green's invective there is the starveling author's jealousy of the prosperous actor.
But the invective directed at Zhu by soccer fans on major websites was even more fierce.
She laid into him with her usual invective as soon as he opened the door.
A brush dripping paint; a speech that dripped invective.
The speaker made full use of his arsenal of invective.
They are full of antagonism as well as invective rhetoric.
He had expected criticism but not the invective which greeted his proposal.
1. abusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will