harangue (Noun) - /ha·rangue/ - /həˈraNG/
- /noun, verb
/ : خطبة, خطاب, محاضرة, وعظ, حاضر, خطب
English to English meaning of 'harangue'
a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion
deliver a harangue to; address forcefully
Synonyms of 'harangue'
diatribe, tirade, jeremiad, philippic, rant
Examples of 'harangue'
He delivered a long harangue
about the evils of popular culture.
<launched into a long harangue
about poor customer service without realizing that I wasn't even an employee!>
For such tiresome harangue
, tune in almost any AM radio frequency at any hour. Read Article
@cde naked we wil harangue
them until them remove rat tails out of ther orifices. Read Article
But, Congress will not hear that from the gaggle convened to harangue
its members. Read Article
At first they would row boats across the channel and harangue
the Macedonians. Read Article
The whole debate has become one long harangue
against firearms and firearms owners. Read Article