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 sullen and silent.
Wranglings or harangues after the manner of Scott's Habbakuk Mucklewrath?
Gawain harangues them, they will separate, and search forest for a week.
Medicine Man harangues; shows boot; shows mark where it hit him.
And for 118 years these Irishmen have been talking there, making speeches and petitions and harangues.