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
Complaints were also mounting that Hybels had become a bully, often accosting employees with verbal tirades, Schmidt recalled.
Between detailing his plans to tunnel under Los Angeles, the ongoing struggle to build the Tesla Model 3, and an epic Twitter tirade slamming the media, the high-profile CEO kept America’s transportation reporters chained to their desks.
Recently, the rapper and producer has been in the news for controversial public tirades about politics.
Musk’s most recent tirade is both a reaction to and an example of the downside to fame and fortune: your bad news earns just as much coverage as your good.
Shortly after Schlossberg’s restaurant rant went viral, more videos emerged of him going on similar tirades.
Some of it was the doing of Ms. Barr, whose Twitter feed had long mixed conservative tirades and conspiracy theories.
The Red Sox threw at Machado several times, including one time at Fenway in which hard-throwing lefty Chris Sale threw behind Machado, who followed with a postgame tirade on the Red Sox.
The lawyer's brief tirade prompted the officials to send a letter on Thursday to a disciplinary committee that oversees lawyers in the state.
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TIRADE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tirade for English Language Learners
: a long and angry speech
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