INVECTIVE

Definition/Summary:

Abusive or venomous language used to express blame.

  • A rude expression or discourse intended to offend or hurt

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Poem

  • Invective form is used to denote disdain in authority. Often practiced to insight violent behavior from a collective mass and stir up revolt.

Greek and Roman

  • Invective Libels often circulated amongst friends and political partisans. The intention of these manuscripts was meant to be defamatory, mock public leaders and show hatred toward the institutions.

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