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synonyms for ranted

  • shout
  • bellow
  • bloviate
  • bluster
  • clamor
  • cry
  • declaim
  • fume
  • harangue
  • mouth
  • objurgate
  • orate
  • perorate
  • rage
  • rail
  • roar
  • scold
  • sizzle
  • soapbox
  • spiel
  • spout
  • storm
  • stump
  • vociferate
  • blow one's top
  • carry on
  • sound off
  • take on
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antonyms for ranted

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  • be happy
  • be quiet
  • compliment
  • praise
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How to use ranted in a sentence

When the lad ended she began, precisely in the same words, and ranted on without hitch or divergence till she too reached the end.
RETURN OF THE NATIVETHOMAS HARDY
Red Rex stormed and ranted, and his soldiers stood ready with their weapons to do whatever he should bid them.
KISINGTON TOWNABBIE FARWELL BROWN
General Kearney seems to have been entirely off his base that night; the way he ranted and swore around there was disgusting.
PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF THE CIVIL WARJAMES MADISON STONE
I ranted deplorably, and though I closed amid fairly generous applause, no flowers were handed up to me.
A SON OF THE MIDDLE BORDERHAMLIN GARLAND
Fairly started upon his favourite theme, Slue Foot worked himself into a perfect rage as he ranted on.
CONNIE MORGAN IN THE LUMBER CAMPSJAMES B. HENDRYX
Friese, who sweated with displeasure, ranted about old enemies and broken pledges.
LONG LIVE THE KINGMARY ROBERTS RINEHART
The house was good, but I played like a wretch—ranted, roared, and acted altogether infamously.
RECORDS OF A GIRLHOODFRANCES ANN KEMBLE
The high tragedians, who once ranted in the Parliaments of the world, continued it at supper afterwards.
A REVISION OF THE TREATYJOHN MAYNARD KEYNES
She rose, with a wave of her hand that dismissed him; but he ranted on in a towering passion of wrath and grief.
THE LADIESE. BARRINGTON
Now if Padre Diego had been preaching he would have ranted like a windstorm; but he would have made an impression.
CARMEN ARIZACHARLES FRANCIS STOCKING
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