from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who harangues or is fond of haranguing; a noisy declaimer.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun One who harangues, or is fond of haranguing; a declaimer.
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- noun One who
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- noun a public speaker who delivers a loud or forceful or angry speech
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The priest as Prophet should not be an excuse to become a self-appointed haranguer for or against a personal agenda.
Veteran reporter and Bush haranguer Helen Thomas, who costarred in the performance-closing video, leapt in searches.
If Darian could not get away from whoever had decided to deliver the usual lecture, the haranguer would then go through the litany of Darian's many character flaws and deficiencies, and the only variation was in how much emphasis an individual placed on a particular flaw.
White Hart evening club he was more often than any other the winner of the Headstrong Book -- an old Greek Homer despatched the next morning to the most obstinate haranguer of the preceding night.
Macaulay here speaks like a heated haranguer or Parliamentary partizan, not like an historian or a critic.
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"It isn't possible!" interrupted Don Ramon excitedly, in mingled horror of the masculinely rampant Mrs. Markham and admiration of the fascinatingly feminine Mrs. Brimmer; "a lady cannot be an orator -- a haranguer of men!"
With the exception of the two or three at the front, no one has her hands free to grab the haranguer by the throat and close the oratorical stop-cock.
This one is the best one for the propagation and rapid increase of the coffee-house politician, club haranguer, the stump-speaker, the street-rioter, the committee dictator -- in short, the revolutionary and the tyrant.
And 'gan a-preaching with a frown -- he was a fierce haranguer.
Half an hour was the time allotted for each haranguer; when this was expired, the moderators were seen to look at their watches.