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Invective   Meaning in Urdu

1. Invective - Vitriol - Vituperation : گالی گلوچ : (noun) abusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will.

As they fight they exchange invectives and threats.

Abuse, Contumely, Insult, Revilement, Vilification - a rude expression intended to offend or hurt.


Invective in Book Titles


Archeologies of Invective.
Emperors and Bishops in Late Roman Invective.


Useful Words


Abusive - Opprobrious - Scurrilous : توہین آمیز : expressing offensive reproach.

Bitter - Bitterness : کڑواہٹ : the taste experience when quinine or coffee is taken into the mouth. "It`s a bitter truth"

Blame - Blamed - Blasted - Blessed - Damn - Damned - Darned - Deuced - Goddam - Goddamn - Goddamned - Infernal : بے حد : expletives used conversationally as intensives. "Hey damned foolish gay"

Censure - Criminate - Reprimand : مذمت کرنا : rebuke formally. "Who are you to censure me ?"

Deep : گہرا : the central and most intense or profound part. "In the deep of night"

Evince - Express - Show : ظاہر کرنا : give expression to. "She showed her disappointment"

Badly - Ill - Poorly : برے طریقے سے : (`ill' is often used as a combining form) in a poor or improper or unsatisfactory manner; not well. "He was ill prepared"

Language - Linguistic Communication : زبان : a systematic means of communicating by the use of sounds or conventional symbols. "What language is this word from?"

Exploited - Ill-Used - Put-Upon - Used - Victimised - Victimized : متاثرہ شخص : of persons; taken advantage of. "After going out of his way to help his friend get the job he felt not appreciated but used"

Volition - Will : مرضی : the capability of conscious choice and decision and intention. "I went there on your wish"

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