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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • As he uttered the last word of his tirade, Miuesov completely recovered his self-complacency, and all traces of his former irritation disappeared.
  • Do you understand anything of my tirade, Alyosha?
  • Ivan concluded his long tirade with marked and unexpected feeling.
  • But as soon as he had uttered his foolish tirade, he felt he had been talking absurd nonsense, and at once longed to prove to his audience, and above all to himself, that he had not been talking nonsense.
  • He had never expected such a tirade from the gentle Alyosha.
  • Mitya was jumping up with the obvious intention of delivering another tirade, but the words did not come.

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  • She unleashed a stunning tirade that could be heard in the next room.
  • By now they were listening to the tirade.
    William Golding  --  Lord of the Flies

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