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use "harangue" in a sentence

Pavelic was the sole representative of his Party in the Skupština (Yugoslav Parliament), but rarely attended sessions and, when he did, he occasionally indulged in a long harangue against some measure of which he did not approve.

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down at a steep angle and snatches the hapless victim tightly with its talons.

He tells the hapless Charlie to, "Shut up and leave me alone." Unable to turn it off, they lock the hapless robot in the closet, but even that does not muffle the noise sufficiently.

Without further encouragement, the customers begin beating their spoons on tables and chanting, "Stocks, stocks" and the hapless miscreant, man or woman, is unceremoniously clapped in a pillory and pelted with wads of bread by his fellow diners.

The concept behind Alice Japan's Queen Slut was to have komuro seducing hapless men.

They change into responsible people, helping their hapless father in solving the family problems, and making Nanny McPhee less and less needed.

After Peter's meeting with Ezekiel, Morlun and his hapless minion Dex subtly began tormenting Peter from the shadows, stalking him and wreaking havoc with his spider-sense.

Poovey, 88. Gender: "Hapless woman! what a fate is thine!" Jim Coyle, "Hapless Grit leadership hopeful taped his own demise", Ottawa Citizen, 6 December 1996, A17.

He has even told her about his chequered past, but always spinning the tales to make himself appear the hapless victim.

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