He harangues them on the principles of the revolution of 1789.
These harangues of the beasts are frequent among the Indians.
Robespierre, in all his harangues, appears to foresee events.
A man arrives, mounts a table, harangues and sways the multitude.
Such, I have no doubt, is a very concise abridgment of their harangues.
While he shouts and harangues the men are still ...