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a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion

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In court yesterday, Sheriff Napier asked: "Does the accused want to throw all Poles and Romanians out of the country?" Defence agent Christopher Maitland said: "It was random ranting and raving.
Now, he is ranting about an issue involving two other stars.
Tomorrow they will say, 'Donald Trump rants and raves at the press.' I'm not ranting and raving, I'm just telling you, you know, you're dishonest people.
A SENIOR lawyer who was filmed ranting about "Scouse scum" has been fired over the slur.
A footballer has been jailed for ranting and making offensive comments about the UAE national football coach in a video.
Have you ever asked said ranting persons, once they take a breath, "Did you vote?" If you have, you've discovered a remarkable number of "ranters" who answer this way: "Well, you see, I planned to but ...
Rivers exploded, delivering a short but inspired defense of the Jewish state and ranting about the American media's skewed coverage of the conflict.
The rapper came out on stage in a bejewelled mask and according to fans on Twitter, he chose to spend more than half of his set ranting, ( ANI )
He will be ranting at the Black-E on May 15 about the ongoing fight against those in power, with a chance for the audience to get their opinions heard.
Even when best friend Brown got in, Dave was still stuck in his own backyard, ranting about this and that.
"In my opinion, the only other alternative to ranting and raving at your son is to take away the privileges that he enjoys every day, mobile phones, games consoles etc...