Bynes responded to the insinuations—that she was not well or not being her authentic self—with a tirade.
One tirade even earned Nugent a visit from the Secret Service.
This is not a tirade against divorce or against the working mother.
After a five-minute tirade, he hangs up, and I fall into a deep depression.
Notably absent from his tirade, however, is any mention of safety.
It was, so Billy thought, even as he launched it, a tirade satisfying and magnificent.
Never a shade passed Craig's face as he listened to this tirade.
Since the sheriff was a bachelor, there was nobody in his apartment to enjoy this tirade.
The deputy followed me, indulging in a tirade of most abusive language.
Although during this tirade her audience had disappeared, eternal vigilance was forever Mrs. Barrows' motto.
1801, "a 'volley of words,' " from French tirade "speech, volley, shot, continuation, drawing out" (16c.), from tirer "draw out, endure, suffer," or the French word is perhaps from cognate Italian tirata "a volley," from past participle of tirare "to draw." The whole Romanic word group is of uncertain origin; some think it is a shortening of the source of Old French martirer "endure martyrdom" (see martyr).