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Word of the Day–2/18/2011

Posted by ccasc on February 21, 2011

Inveigh

[in-vay] (v.) to protest.

* From the Latin invehi, meaning “to attack with words,” originally “carry oneself against,” .

“Uncle Tom’s Cabin was written to inveigh against slavery.”

~brought to you by Dr. Rapoport’s former Reading 110 student,
Anne Meyers

 

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