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tirade
used in Gone with the Wind

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Definition
a speech of angry criticism
  • Johnnie, as Irish as she, finally erupted into rage at her naggings and threatened to quit, after a long tirade which ended with "and the back of both me hands to you, Ma'm, and the curse of Cromwell on you.
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