Definition of invection
: an introduction of something from an outside source an invection of … battle smoke floated among islands of rose-tinted altocumulus — K. M. Dodson
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Origin and Etymology of invection
Latin invection-, invectio, from invectus (past participle of invehere to carry in, bring in) + -ion-, -io -ion
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