Harangue synonyms

hə-răng'
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An informative talk given as before an audience or class and usually prepared beforehand
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A long and formal treatment of a subject, in speech or writing; lecture; treatise; dissertation
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The definition of a sermon is a lecture, speech or talk about moral or spiritual issues, especially when the talk is administered formally in a church or religious setting.
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Consideration of a subject by a group; an earnest conversation.
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The language or dialect of a nation or region:
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To approach and speak to with the intent of having sex.
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To write the destination on (a letter or parcel)
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To have a hassle
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To speak passionately; to preach for or against something.
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To deliver an oration; to speak.
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To speak at great length, often in a grandiloquent manner; declaim.
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Rant is defined as to complain at length in an angry, loud voice.
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To rave is defined as to speak or move violently or wildly, particularly in appreciation of something.
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Present participle of scold.
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(Construction, masonry) To produce a smooth flat layer of concrete or similar material.
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To talk at length.
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To speak or utter in a loud, pompous manner or in a ready, rapid flow of words
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A formal speech or opus publicly praising someone or something.
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The act of thundering forth threats or censures, as with authority.
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(By extension) Any tirade or declamation full of bitter condemnation.
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To recite, e.g., poetry, in a theatrical way; to speak for rhetorical display; to speak pompously, noisily, or theatrically; to make an empty speech; to rehearse trite arguments in debate; to rant.
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To form (a word) with the mouth soundlessly
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(Archaic) A reason or basis for praise
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To speak in a loud, pompous, or prolonged manner
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a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion
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Find another word for harangue. In this page you can discover 28 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for harangue, like: lecture, discourse, sermon, discussion, speech, accost, address, diatribe, hassle, jeremiad and orate.