harangue


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

to speak in a loud, pompous, or prolonged manner

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a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion

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He drew near, and made a long harangue, in which he informed them that they had killed one and wounded another of his nation; that the relations of the slain cried out for vengeance, and he had been compelled to lead them to fight.
At his entrance Master Florian did not stop short, but, making a half-turn on his heels, and aiming at the provost the harangue with which he had been withering Quasimodo a moment before,--
It was truly refreshing to hear such a sermon, after being so long accustomed to the dry, prosy discourses of the former curate, and the still less edifying harangues of the rector.
After Harangue won the 2m51/2f handicap hurdle as the 7-2 joint favourite, Benny In Milan's price crashed and he was returned 5-2 favourite for the 2m3f handicap hurdle, but bookmakers were unusually chilled about the gamble.
WATFORD boss Quique Sanchez Flores will not join any lynch mobs to harangue Premier League referees - because he insists the standard in England is "amazing".
Le bureau de presse de la province de Tripoli' relevant de Daech , vient de mettre en ligne une video sous le titre Message aux freres de l'unification en Tunisie ', dans laquelle un combattant encagoule arme d'un fusil et s'appelant Abou Yahia Ettounsi ', harangue ceux qu'il a appeles ses partisans qui partagent son amour pour Dieu et la Tunisie' les exhortant a venir en Libye renforcer les rangs de l'Etat islamique et revenir en conquerants de la Tunisie'.
Surely his hosts, Operation Black Vote, should have ensured he'd done his homework before his harangue.
I played Colts rugby until I was 16 and, because of that background, I would never harangue officials.
You can be sure that somewhere in his reproachful harangue he will blame the Government, although classing the Queen as nothing more than an 80-year-old actress was plumbing the depths.
Au milieu des applaudissements chaleureux, la candidat a la Presidentielle 2012 a poursuivi sa harangue en ces termes: "L'Egypte etablirait des relations fortes et etroites avec la Turquie et l'Iran".
If evidence is to be counted it must be subject to cross-examination but, in the age of technology, surely we can do better than have strangers harangue a little girl.
IT always baffles me that when I criticise Tony Blair, Gordon Brown or the Labour Party I get very little reaction from our readers, but when I criticise Caerphilly's Plaid Cymru-led county council for its incompetence in losing pounds 15m through bad investments and its gambling with council taxpayers' money, or when I harangue them for doing the dirty on the children of the small "not fit the purpose"
Coulter, in her new column, had this to say about the several-minute "Hardball" call-in by Elizabeth Edwards, who's fighting breast cancer: "I think I may have tuned out at some point, so I can only speak to the first 45 minutes of Elizabeth Edwards' harangue, but it mostly consisted of utterly dishonest renditions of things.
Should I harangue the post office for Madonna and Child stamps, or meekly accept the snowmen?
And, even if some blacks do occasionally go off the deep end and wrongly harangue whites for using the word, maybe that's because the term pricks agonizing historical and social sores.