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 “Harangue” is a noun or verb that refers to a forceful and aggressive speech or lecture, often intended to persuade, criticize, or berate. It is characterized by its lengthy and impassioned nature, and it may sometimes be delivered in a critical or aggressive manner.


The politician delivered a fiery harangue to rally his supporters before the election. In this sentence, “harangue” is used as a noun to describe the passionate and persuasive speech given by the politician to energize his supporters.

Fun Fact

The word “harangue” is often associated with passionate and lengthy speeches that are delivered with fervor. It can be used to describe both inspirational and critical speeches, depending on the context.