• IPA: /ˈtaɪɹeɪd/

tirade (plural tirades)

  1. A long, angry or violent speech; a diatribe.
  2. A section of verse concerning a single theme; a laisse.
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tirade (tirades, present participle tirading; past and past participle tiraded)

  1. To make a long, angry or violent speech, a tirade.

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