harangue[ huh-rang ]SEE DEFINITION OF harangue
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The jury had listened to the buzzard's harangue, with their eyes, not with their ears.
Out in the night the yells had subsided since the Hadji's harangue, if not wholly because of it.
Flanagan, standing in his stirrups, attempted to harangue the mob.
It was impossible to take offence at the mock seriousness of Bobby's harangue.
The girl 128 was leaning over, and the man evidently was delivering a harangue.
I did not expect McNeice to deliver a harangue on the whole seventeen, but that is what he did.
It was evident that he was determined to make his harangue on that night.
As for Devlin, he was introduced accidentally at end of harangue.
When William returned he made quite an harangue, which Arthur interpreted.
It was succeeded by a harangue of the Admiral against the captured ex-patriot.