Secession, war—these words long since had become acutely boring to Scarlett from much repetition, but now she hated the sound of them, for they meant that the men would stand there for hours haranguing one another and she would have no chance to corner Ashley.
The eyes of the neighbors were expectantly upon him as they settled themselves in easier positions for a long harangue.
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My parents continuously harangue me about my grades.
She fears a Card Check law would permit unions to pester, harass and harangue employees who would lose the protection of a secret ballot.