Thesaurus / jeremiad
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
He could have easily penned a jeremiad, calling on his readers to reassert old values from which Americans have unfortunately departed.
SOME FREE-SPEECH NORMS ARE IN DANGER. MAYBE THAT’S A GOOD THING.KENNETH MACKNOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
The complaints increased in number and intensity and Members of Parliament and newspaper writers joined in the jeremiad.
However, here is my jeremiad after all; it seems to have been inevitable!
THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
The writer had nothing new to say, and, like most other such attacks, his jeremiad was in an hour or two forgotten.
THE LOOM OF YOUTHALEC WAUGH
Yet every page of it is a Jeremiad, an exhortation to his countryfolk to stop short on the road to ruin.
HOME LIFE IN GERMANYMRS. ALFRED SIDGWICK
I dare say you are wondering why I inflict this Jeremiad upon you—I hardly know myself; however, it is finished.
RALPH WILTON'S WEIRDMRS. ALEXANDER
Still other insects, unseen but none the less busy, added to the burden of his jeremiad.
FROM PLACE TO PLACEIRVIN S. COBB
It should be added that this sensational forecast was no purposeless jeremiad.
THE RURAL LIFE PROBLEM OF THE UNITED STATESHORACE CURZON PLUNKETT
One frantic jeremiad from Constantinople over the Treaty of Berlin may be quoted before the subject is dismissed.
LORD LYONS: A RECORD OF BRITISH DIPLOMACY, VOL. 2 OF 2THOMAS WODEHOUSE LEGH NEWTON
How candidly and meekly you took my Jeremiad on your severity to second-class men.
THE LIFE AND LETTERS OF CHARLES DARWIN, VOLUME I (OF II)CHARLES DARWIN
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