(verb) to protest or complain bitterly or vehemently; rail
three leaders inveighed bitterly against the parliamentary system: Lenin, Mussolini and Hitler.
No matter how much they scream or prance about or inveigh to heaven or lament their misfortune
Someone from law enforcement would inveigh against exporting encryption products with keys longer than 40 bits
inveighed against "the Turk" and his "Maltese lackeys"
Le Peuple inveighs against those well-born writers who deign to leave their salons only to describe the tiny minority of delinquents that permits them to reinforce the police
n+1 inveighed against so-called 'World Literature'
it’s nevertheless hard to shake the suspicion that, for many of the people inveighing against the morality of child-rearing, the prospect of a life without children appears to be less a sacrifice than a relief