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tirade

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Public health experts swiftly ripped apart and refuted Stock’s misstatements and mischaracterizations over the summer, but that didn’t stop clips of his tirade from gaining millions of views on social media.

He later shared footage of his tirade in a tweet that was retweeted more than 16,000 times within several hours.

The tirade lasted several minutes, these people said, and two other writers had to calm Mehta down.

Other callers insulted Dearing’s staff members, subjecting them to long, curse-filled tirades, he said.

Kaufman returns after the break to deliver an expletive-ridden tirade against Lawler.

Did Geert Wilders, the famously xenophobic Dutch politician, crib from the Nazis for his latest anti-immigrant tirade?

In December, he unleashed a tirade against them, saying they had “lost all credibility.”

[] A Truly Epic Tirade On this particular morning, respected newsman Bill Bonds must not have eaten his Wheaties.

In response to allegations of sexual harassment, Ford went off on yet another explicit tirade.

In spite of her tirade, he had a feeling that it didn't matter, that she must bluster in her tiny teacup if she wanted to do so.

Mr. Brandon fired off a tirade of reproaches at me, and said he was glad to see I had turned white.

Mrs. Fane put out her hand to stop Michael's flowing tirade, but he paid no attention, talking away less to her than to himself.

I know you are a lady and I am not,' said Sarah, and then stopped, breathless from her tirade.

In Grundtvig, the taunting degenerates into a scurrilous tirade.

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On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tirade, such as: denunciation, diatribe, harangue, invective, ranting, and screed.

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

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