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haranguing

noun as in declamation

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I know that Mary and Lincoln were extremely close, even though she was always haranguing on him like women do.

From the get-go, I started haranguing both the brothers to direct for the show.

The conservative four—led, interestingly, by a “relentless” Anthony Kennedy—kept haranguing him to switch back.

Vernon treats his students with nothing but disdain, verbally haranguing them every chance he gets.

Norman Mailer was trying to close down the club and haranguing Britton for drink after drink.

After haranguing the troops and prisoners, Napoleon was informed, about noon, that Wellington was still in position.

And the candles being lighted, he examined my neck, haranguing the while in his vile English against the practice of duelling.

They were listening to a speaker who, standing upright in the wagon-body, was haranguing them earnestly.

Oi found Nakier haranguing some of the men as was in the fok'sle; but he broke off when he see me.

The minister mentioned by name leading instigators of attacks in the Austrian and German press on Serbia as haranguing the crowd.

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On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to haranguing, such as: oratory, speechmaking, speechifying, and spouting.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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