1. someone who rants and raves; speaks in a violent or loud manner
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How To Use ranter In A Sentence

  • My last boss was Stan Ternent and he's old-school - a bit of a ranter and raver.
  • He is not a ranter or raver which is great, because that is not what you want when things are going against you.
  • Lead singer (read: ranter) Bobby Gillespie is an uncaged mental patient on this record, morphing his voice to fit the proceedings.
  • Surprisingly, the ranters and the ravers don't dominate.
  • His chosen forebears were Diggers and Ranters and Fifth-Monarchy Men.
  • It is this power of 'Liberty', which is the engine of, and granter of power to the state of that which is called, 'Authority'. Taking On AIPAC: How to Support Palestinians AND Israel and Peace and Justice
  • They were at war with none personally; as high-toned, large-souled men and women they were ready with their expressions of hatred and contempt for the unchristian social life of our generation, but they were never ranters. Brook Farm
  • It's no secret that credit granters are a big part of the problem in identity theft and credit scams.
  • Lord of Yester, to be holden blanch of the granter, which is confirmed the 15th of October, 17th of King David II. anno Peerage of England, genealogical, biographical, and historical
  • Operation Wonderland follows an employee, Jed, whose daily duties at the theme park's waste disposal unit are interrupted by the enigmatic Blue Fairy, the granter of children's wishes at her grotto.
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