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tirade

Prosody rare a speech or passage dealing with a single theme
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Dalloway had to listen to the tirade of a fanatical man.
For a lawyer, you are the hardest man to keep to a point I ever saw," Ernest began his answer to the tirade.
Ralph, who was no common observer, was surprised to see that as this tirade proceeded, the manner of Lord Frederick Verisopht, who at the commencement had been twirling his whiskers with a most dandified and listless air, underwent a complete alteration.
She was already in the rapids of an ethical tirade about the "sickly medical notions" and the morbid admission of weakness implied in such an apparatus.
stupefied, petrified, and as though asphyxiated in the presence of the incommensurable tirades which welled up every instant from all parts of his bridal song.
He often scolded her for nothing, quite habitually terminating his tirades by cruelly beating her, until her little body was black and blue.
That is to say, she would burst out into tirades which were met only with silence as I lolled on a sofa and stared fixedly at the ceiling.
USA], Mar 11 (ANI): United States President Donald Trump's tirade against the media does not seem to come to an end, as he yet again tagged it "FAKE" for the coverage of North Korea-US proposed talks on denuclearisation.
Shehbaz had previously used this anti-Zardari tirade in the last general elections, however, his own party disowned his narrative and developed cordial relations with the PPPP that critics claim went in favour of his government in centre.
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It's a tirade against those who come here and say 10,000 Filipinos were extrajudicially killed,' he said.
The victim said she gave Kayleigh the chance to say sorry for the sick 2010 tirade - and she declined.