Ranting


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Ranting

Boiler, Boanerges
a zealous, raving preacher. [Br. Lit.: The Uncommercial Traveller]
Gantry, Elmer
fire-breathing, hypocritical preacher. [Am. Lit.: Elmer Gantry]
Howler, Rev. Melchisedech
ranting loudmouth. [Br. Lit.: Dombey and Son]
References in classic literature ?
Maclaren; and then after a great number of civilities, Robin took the pipes and played a little spring in a very ranting manner.
It reminded her of the old times when Bert had been with them, singing his songs or ranting about the last of the Mohicans.
A SENIOR lawyer who was filmed ranting about "Scouse scum" has been fired over the slur.
Keir Edwards born and raised NYC understood these frustrations all too well and decided to create a site dedicated to ranting about the place he calls home with rant.
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?
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 )