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a speech of angry criticism
  • More than anything, she wanted to give Richard a verbal lashing in public, the kind of high-volume tirade that included pointed forefingers being poked into his chest.
    Twenty-six (54% in)
tirade = speech of angry criticism
  • Hungry, she did, and when she challenged him about his motives (she assumed she knew his reasons and could remember gearing up for quite the embarrassing public tirade about cradle robbers and jail time), Jim denied any improper interest in her.
    One - Four Years Later (78% in)

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