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Good morning, Marketers, I’ve got to go off on a bit of a rant on this zero click business.
Its content—a mixture of news headlines, memes and rants—is clearly addictive, at least for some people.
Instances of this defect are but too thickly sown through the piece; for example the following rant.
For the rest, it is what we have attempted to characterise as poetical rant—imagination grown raving and delirious.
Do the Methodist preachers really rant and shriek as much as people say?
A CHARMING FELLOW, VOLUME II (OF 3)FRANCES ELEANOR TROLLOPE
There was no symptom of raving or rant; no vulgarity or bad taste.
MYSTIC LONDON:CHARLES MAURICE DAVIES
We do not find in it the rant of his later dramas, and the subject is taken strictly from Jewish life.
Arrant, ar′rant, adj. downright, notorious (used in a bad sense): unmitigated.
Two fastidious critics of dramatic art heard me rant my rantings,I had to do my best!
He let me blow off all the steam I'd been saving, let me rant and rage, and clucked and nodded in just the right places.
CUE FOR QUIETTHOMAS L. SHERRED

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