A long, violent, or blustering speech, usually of censure or denunciation
The idea brought up a tirade.
This is probably the sense in which we may interpret his tirade against Lord Whitworth at the diplomatic circle on the 13th of March.
In 1848, on his return to Paris, he published a violent tirade against Russia, which caused his expulsion from France.
In a furious tirade, she railed against the opposing politician's incompetence.
I will not tolerate another tirade regarding whatever you choose to be angry about today.