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used in Looking for Alaska

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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
  • "Good night, sir," I said, imagining the Colonel sneaking the Breathalyzer back into the Eagle's house while I got harangued at Jury.
    p. 181.3

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