diatribe

[ dahy-uh-trahyb ]SEE DEFINITION OF diatribe

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Jill had listened to this diatribe with a certain uneasiness.

Aileen could not help smiling at this diatribe on "the times."

Oh, whats the use, said Tom at length, interrupting a diatribe.

This diatribe he concluded thus: ‘You know we owe England nothing.’

In the midst of the diatribe I stroll across to the aquarium.

The other's voice was meekly plaintive as he awaited a renewal of the diatribe.

The seora's tongue wagged on in a diatribe of accusation and pity.

Seyd concluded a diatribe on the Mexican mozo in general while they were dressing.

Renard did not notice my silence, however, but continued his diatribe.

The Diatribe, however, is not all mere laughter; there is a real criticism in it, too.

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