fosh qiladigan nutq, haqoratli so'z, uyatli so'z, so'kish so'zlari
- haqoratli so'z
Noun(1) abusive or venomous language used to express blame or censure or bitter deep-seated ill will
(1) There's a long road ahead of us, and invective at this stage doesn't help us in any way.(2) Rarely have I read a more bitter, laudably splenetic piece of invective .(3) We've all hurled invective into voicemail's dead ears as it runs through its unholy litanies.(4) It didn't help, of course, not really, but at least there were no innocent bystanders around to suffer my invective .(5) Both load up their arguments with gobs of personal invective , which also makes me suspicious of their arguments.(6) The satire is so laden with invective and is so dense that I wish there was an annotated version of this book to read which would make it much easier to read.(7) he let out a stream of invective(8) A skillful public speaker who mixed invective with humour, he did not disappoint the crowd of about 500.(9) As is the custom at the Star Tribune, the editorial was long on invective and short on facts.(10) Mr Moore fired up the young crowd with a potent combination of satire, humour, invective and righteous anger.(11) John is old and waiting to die but the prospect of death hasn't dulled his appetite for invective or his irreverence for the great and the good.(12) Coming across like a crank, or ranting and throwing around exaggerated invective , is another.(13) News reaches me, however, of referees fighting back against what seems to be a tidal wave of invective and abuse hurled in their direction.(14) He has blown onto the scene in a torrent of invective , firing broadside after broadside at the crumbling bastions of public morality.(15) The appointed writer for the day polishes them up with the appropriate invective and posts them.(16) The wilful Welshman was quick to test his new manager, reacting to that substitution at The Valley with a stream of invective .
(1) invective :: haqoratli so'z
1. abuse ::
4. swear words ::
7. foul language ::
8. vituperation ::
9. denunciation ::
10. censure ::
11. vilification ::
13. reproach ::
15. recrimination ::
16. tongue-lashing ::
18. obloquy ::
19. contumely ::
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