Third-person singular simple present indicative form of harangue.(verb)
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Use "harangues" in a sentence
"Various members of the society indulge in short harangues, recounting personal exploits in the performance of magic and exorcism, to which the auditors respond in terms of gratification and exclamations of approval."
"Why do you think so many people write these "harangues" anyway, professor?"
"2 For an account of how the former State Department Yugoslavia desk officer George Kenney was subjected to "harangues" for his early "defect [ion] from pack journalism," see Peter Brock,"