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noun as in harangue, criticism

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In its latest diatribe, Amazon spends over six of eight pages on matters wholly irrelevant to the current proceeding or even matters currently before the commission.

The president of America went on a Comedy Central Roast, let comedians go on these diatribes about him, and three years later he was president of America.

From long taunting liberals as fragile snowflakes, he just wrote “Triggered” in 2019 and “Liberal Privilege” in 2020, both of which are diatribes about how the Democratic Party is radical and seeks to silence conservative voices.

Perhaps it was because she exuded a subliminal sense of caring and flashes of humor during even the fiercest of diatribes.

Ask anyone what they would change and you’d probably hear a diatribe on how there are too many cooks in the kitchen or how seemingly simple decisions take much longer than they should.

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Dix, a founding member of the RCP, spoke in a flowing diatribe as we walked amid the crowd that night.

But his diatribe in The Hague got him just the sort of international attention he wanted.

This diatribe against the pitiful Washington Redskins summed it all up for their fans.

What the diatribe lacked in grammatical proficiency, it made up for in drama.

Which we should remember every time we read an indignant diatribe against someone we don't know, by someone we don't know.

The diatribe closed with a really graceful poem, and the whole was no doubt highly regarded by the Enterprise readers.

Thus, I am not at all sure what Mr. Fuller really said; but there is no doubt whatever of the indignation kindled by his diatribe.

Forbes was startled to realize that he was included in the diatribe, and that those ferocious words were applied to Persis, too.

Hence, in the case of Valckenaer, we must derive the contradictions in his diatribe.

To some eyes it underlies them most when it is most ambitious, as in the Le Fevre story and the diatribe against critics.


On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to diatribe, such as: denunciation, invective, jeremiad, screed, tirade, and abuse.

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