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harangue
used in The House of the Seven Gables

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to try to persuade, or to criticize in an impassioned and often annoying manner; or a speech with such an intent
  • It must have been in reference to this outrage that Chanticleer, the next day, accompanied by the bereaved mother of the egg, took his post in front of Phoebe and Clifford, and delivered himself of a harangue that might have proved as long as his own pedigree, but for a fit of merriment on Phoebe's part.
    Chapter 10 — The Pyncheon Garden (64% in)

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