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  1. a noisy and vigorous or ranting public speaker
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How To Use tub-thumper In A Sentence

  • And just because you don't see 45 million tub-thumpers doesn't mean that we don't have them.
  • And it's true that tub-thumpers looking for explicit invectives against the former Mayor will want to take their ire elsewhere.
  • He is not a tub-thumper but no one can doubt his commitment. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is a believer, attends church once a month but is 'not a tub-thumper'. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is deeply religious, but not a tub-thumper; he believes there is a preordained meaning to life. Times, Sunday Times
  • Not every male columnist is a fire-breather, an instant expert, a tub-thumper, an obnox.
  • His grandfather was a populist tub-thumper. Times, Sunday Times
  • But others berate him as an inflexible tub-thumper who harangues his charges and treats adults like children.
  • The frontman fired the tub-thumper in 2003 citing 'commitment issues'. The Sun
  • No wonder that now, articulate and wealthy, she has become a tub-thumper for the rights of young models. Times, Sunday Times
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