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polemic(puh-LEM-ik, poh-) noun
adjective, also polemical:
[From Greek polemikós, from pólemos (war). A related word is polemology (the science and study of human conflict and war).]
"However, there is unfortunately a degree of `the sky is falling' to this
book. This tractate is clearly a polemic and a call for action."
"In 1929, Virginia Woolf delivered a passionate polemic about the odds
facing a woman born with a great gift for writing."
You are never too old to be what you might have been. -George Eliot (Mary Ann Evans), novelist (1819-1880)