Jeremiad (jer·e·mi·ad) /ˌjerəˈmīəd, -ˌad/ common

Arabic Meaning or Translation of - 'jeremiad'

jeremiad - نواح متطاول


Diatribe - تهجم لاذع, خطبة لاذعة
Harangue - خطبة, محاضرة, وعظ, خطاب, خطب, حاضر
Philippic - الفليبية إحدى الخطب المهمة
Rant - خرف, تمشدق, تبجح, فخم كلامه, لوم بقسوة, عنف, لغة منمقة, حديث صاخب, عاطفة فارغة
Tirade - خطبة مسهبة عنيفة, تقريع مطول

English to English Meaning - 'jeremiad'

jeremiad [Noun]
  • a long and mournful complaint; "a jeremiad against any form of government"


    diatribe, harangue, tirade, philippic, rant


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  • Mainly, though, the note was a rambling jeremiad against the United States. Read Article
  • Perhaps he or she has even issued a jeremiad against the former Great Hope of All Humanity. Read Article
  • A few years later he wrote Radical, a jeremiad against the American Dream, which hit The New York Times Bestseller List. Read Article
  • <a jeremiad against the political apathy shown by so many young people>
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