phillipic

phillipic
noun abusive language, acrimony, aspersion, bitter language, bitter words, castigation, censure, chastisement, commination, contumely, defamation, denunciation, detraction, diatribe, disparagement, execration, harangue, invective, malediction, obloquy, reprobation, revilement, screed, tirade, tongue-lashing, verbal abuse, vilification, vituperation

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