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Definition of "haranguing" []

  • Present participle of harangue. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "haranguing" in a sentence
  • "Before you begin haranguing me over this, I am not saying that there are no writers who are undiscovered, or that none of the alternative routes to fame ever work."
  • "Recently on the ‘net, there have been a series of articles and posts by eminent writers detailing how fans don’t seem to understand this, which boil down to when a book is late, there’s no point in haranguing your favourite author, telling them to sit down and write the thing and stop blogging, working on other projects, going to football games, or spending time with their families."
  • "Have we REALLY come to this point in America where if someone even QUESTIONS the proper role of taxation, it is somehow considered "haranguing" business?!"