[ US /taɪˈɹeɪd/ ]
[ UK /ta‍ɪɹˈe‍ɪd/ ]
  1. a speech of violent denunciation
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How To Use tirade In A Sentence

  • One must be constantly alert to the hazard of maverick cyclists and uneven pavements, and you may suffer a tirade of abuse from those who now own the world, should you criticise them for unsocial behaviour.
  • Every week, just like all of you, we follow Aaron on his rants and tirades and so we just couldn't let another issue go out without us getting our own say.
  • He had an hour-long tirade using everything from Play-doh, livestock, loose leaf paper, a sword swallower, and a Ronald Reagan mannequin smoking a marijuana cigarette in opposition to Gaga. Bil Browning: Michael Steele Trying to Recruit Lady Gaga?
  • However, hotel staff say they refused to serve him at the bar, and claim that as a result Watson issued an angry tirade of abuse.
  • These complaints were not the normal tirade of abuse and insults we receive but seemed genuine.
  • To read a tirade of abuse like this can only add to that trauma and make Nadia's bravery and eventual victory all the more commendable.
  • The tirade peaked with the nameless harasser saying he would sell her organs. The Sun
  • He launched into his tirade after he arrived at a hotel and was told he could not have a steak as the kitchen was closed. The Sun
  • It just seems to be one long tirade on how to read stuff and then write it.
  • And it got a whole lot worse yesterday with his foul-mouthed tirade at a photographer. The Sun
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