diatribe


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a long, violent, or blustering speech, usually of censure or denunciation

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thunderous verbal attack

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I was appalled to read Sullivan's diatribe, in which he argues that the oppression of gay people is widespread and extreme under "Islamist dictatorships.
His prison essay on the 9-11 terror attacks is a virulently anti-American diatribe entitled, "America: Reaps What it Sows
It's a bit jarring to make a quick shift from the diatribe of Valerie Solanas (shooter of Warhol and writer of the SCUM Manifesto) to the anti-Hollywood rhetoric of Dogma 95.
Sunline, backed from 6-4 to 11-8 favourite, was followed over the line by last week's Caulfield Cup winner Diatribe, who had a nose to spare over 125-1 chance Referral.
It is hard to see, however, how anyone exposed to the ill-informed media diatribe that purports to be fair reporting can possibly understand the situation in Israel/Lebanon.
Now she had added another to the repertoire, Diatribe of Love, a play by the South American writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
Greenley's diatribe against Pat Buchanan's The Death of tire West.
At its heart, however, The Execution of Wanda Jean is less legal diatribe than platonic love story between Allen and Presson.
Furthermore, Guarino has used a computer to distort Scarpia's face, which becomes deformed as he speaks, accentuating the grotesque effect of his brief and violent diatribe.
CRAIG WILLIAMS arrived back in Australia yesterday to be greeted with the news that he had been booked for the ride on Caulfield Cup winner Diatribe in the Group 1 Cox Plate at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
Thus what begins as an essay on the politics of morality ends up being just another hectoring diatribe on the (im)morality of politics.
And then, with an astonishing degree of nutty nerviness, the movie switches gears into a diatribe against female circumcision.
Is the right-wing condemnation of Jerry Falwell's post-tragedy diatribe proof of a changing political climate?
RADIO Five Live's darling of the diatribe, Alan Green, is arguably the most persistent critic of referees and their henchman.
GEORGE has finally won it," exclaimed race-caller Greg Miles as Diatribe raced away to win the A$2 million Caulfield Cup yesterday, with Godolphin's Melbourne Cup hope All The Way a well-beaten 16th.