tirade


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tirade

Prosody rare a speech or passage dealing with a single theme
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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.
In the midst of this tirade one of them drew a revolver and fired point-blank at the Russian.
She stopped, out of breath but seething with the tirade yet to come.
"You are the Duke's cousin, and you were not included in his tirade. Lucille is in the morning-room, and here is the key.
I had opened my mouth to reply to this tirade, when with a crisp knock our landlady entered, bearing a card upon the brass salver.
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.
Gringoire enjoyed seeing, feeling, fingering, so to speak an entire assembly (of knaves, it is true, but what matters that ?) 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.
TWO plane passengers who subjected a mother and daughter to a "vile" tirade of abuse on a flight from Amsterdam to Birmingham have each been landed with a bill for PS710.
Passing sentence, District Judge David Robinson said: "Having allowed yourselves to be drunk on a plane, which is an offence in itself for obvious reasons, you then subjected two passengers who had done no more to you than draw attention to your own anti-social behaviour, to a tirade of abuse and vile insults."
1, President Rodrigo Duterte launched a tirade against Sen.
[USA], July 2 (ANI): American singer and songwriter, Miley Cyrus went on an expletive-laden tirade while talking about the environment during a music festival.