The verb inveigh (rhymes with day) means to protest or to talk or write angrily or bitterly.
The verb inveigle means to entice, trick, or lead on with deception.
- It took courage for the young congresswoman to inveigh against the corrupt dealings of the governor.
- From the time he was a young boy, Rick would try to inveigle one of the other children into making wagers with him.
(a) Bert and his brother _____ against the world as if it were a harsh and remorseless foe.
(b) Caesar will plot, bribe, _____, and scheme until his power is supreme.