1to inveigh against sth/sb — arremeter contra algo/algn
- A great many food writers inveigh against the inequities of school food and the amount of money spent for the last 20 years and have got absolutely nowhere.
- I do not mean to inveigh against the consultants more heavily than they deserve, for it is impossible not to believe that they act with a good motive.
- Lear enters, madly reliving episodes from his past, inveighing against female sexuality and reflecting on justice and authority in a poignant mixture of reason and madness.
- And so there was no lack of critics last week inveighing against this ‘waste’ of public money.
- Yet Niebuhr also spent much of his life inveighing against the naivety of liberalism, as in his most famous book, Moral Man and Immoral Society.
- In particular he has inveighed against the proposition that women should be encouraged by law and circumstance to rise through the ranks of business or politics.
- They inveighed against the immorality of British rule and denounced the local ‘whisky drinkers’ who mimicked their colonial masters and did their bidding.
- Is this corporate welfare really any different or less costly than the kind most of these people inveigh against?
- In other words, it is not always clear whether they are inveighing against the application of a general natural scientific approach or of positivism in particular.
- I will question environmental agencies that put birds before people, and inveigh against wind farms in the wrong places.
- On a recent visit to Ireland, I was caught off-guard by a Dublin taxi driver who inveighed against the current wave of new immigrants.
- Nationalists inveighed against those who worked with the British and the Dutch, were friends of the colonials and not true Indonesians or Singaporeans or Malays.
- But the most profound voice in popular music today inveighing against spiritual alienation and emotional disconnectedness comes from New Jersey.
- If Schwartz were at all familiar with the ‘process’ he inveighs against, he'd know better - but that's not something that's within his spectrum of acceptance.
- They published a monthly news magazine, which served as their mouthpiece usually inveighing against something wrong with Boston's city finances, or elected officials.
- Speaker after speaker inveighed against their inability to speak out against the Tesco plan.
- Can't we persuade the journalists busy inveighing against poor Harry to take on that cause instead?
- In an age of 30-second political advertisements, truthful speech remains as meaningful to democracies as it is to inveighing against totalitarian regimes.
- It's Republicans who are inveighing against this kind of non-ideological solution.
- In the meantime, Khrushchev had been holding a stormy and furious press conference making veiled threats and inveighing against the treacherous nature of the United States.