Examples of tirade in a Sentence
He went into a tirade about the failures of the government.
The coach directed a tirade at the team after the loss.
Recent Examples of tirade from the Web
After an angry tirade to reporters Monday night, the president followed up with terse tweets on Tuesday morning.
There was no Jason Kelce delivering an expletive-laden tirade — no moment destined to go viral.
The board laughs at Kai’s tirade, and Mr. Chang explains why the future cult leader’s political outlook is horrific.
And others, like the Kansas City firefighter who allegedly spat on a 3-year-old and called him the n-word in a public tirade in an Overland Park Hooters, should not, if the charges are proven, be on the public payroll at all.
Related stories from Sacramento Bee Jurors fight tears as families of officers killed by Luis Bracamontes tell stories of loss Will cop killer's profane tirades make this jury sentence him to death?
None of the lawmakers who probably represent Haitians and Nigerians walked out of the room and told the press about Trump’s tirade.
Trump’s attacks on individual companies offer a kind of psychic release for generalized anger at big digital business, but with the benefit that the president’s tirades don’t really have an effect on capitalism itself.
As a repeat rule-breaker, Green was recently fined $50,000 for a tirade against referee Lauren Holtkamp.
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Origin and Etymology of tirade
First Known Use: 1802See Words from the same year
TIRADE Defined for English Language Learners
: a long and angry speech
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