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tirade

Prosody rare a speech or passage dealing with a single theme
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Bumble in the outset of a tirade on the subject of poor Oliver's vices.
So I went on to finish my tirade. "She struck me at first sight as the most inconsiderate wrong-headed girl that I ever .
All this heated tirade, this outflow of passionate words and ecstatic ideas which seemed to hustle and tumble over each other as they fell from his lips, bore evidence of some unusually disturbed mental condition in the young fellow who had "boiled over" in such a remarkable manner, without any apparent reason.
Seal rose at the same time, but remained hovering over the table, delivering herself of a tirade against party government.
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. "My youth has nothing to do with what I have enunciated.
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.
Duterte has previously belched vicious tirades against members of Otso Diretso, save for Marawi civic leader Samira Gutoc purportedly because she is a woman.
Malacantildeang has denied that President Duterte's continuing tirades against priests and bishops have encouraged deadly violence against members of the Catholic clergy.
Diokno pointed out that Duterte should focus on issues that concern the welfare of the Filipino people, instead of unleashing baseless tirades to defend his senatorial bets.
The Novaliches bishop has been critical of the Duterte administration and has been a target of the president's verbal tirades in the past.