- n. Plural form of tirade.
“You twice impugned the authenticity of my doctorate in tirades of libel.”
“As I was born a woman, I exhausted my energy in tirades against fate, and in eccentricities.”
“If your tirades are an example of Darcy's supporters, I don't want anything of it.”
“I can recall the tirades against opening up more billets to women some 20”
“I can recall the tirades against opening up more billets to women some 20 years ago.”
“Hmm. Maybe all the insinuations and "tirades" are aimed in the wrong direction.”
“But considering the frequency, length and safety of "tirades" in all parts of America, it seems unjust not to permit Indians to deliver them.”
“If such and so swift penalty as this, for "tirades" in council, were the law of our land, especially in the District of Columbia, it would be "no just cause of complaint" when Indians suffer it.”
“What they say can hardly be termed "tirades;" and the sentiments were in accordance with much accredited literature of that day.”
“She avoids any mention of the substance of my criticisms of Leake, dismissing them as "tirades":”
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