I noun abuse, abusive harangue, abusive language, accusation, act of berating, admonition, adverse comment, animadversion, backbiting, bitter harangue, bitter words, blame, carping, castigation, censure, chiding, complaining, condemnation, countercharge, coup de bee, criticism, cutting words, denunciation, deprecation, depreciation, discommendation, disparagement, dispraise, dressing down, faultfinding, gainsaying, harangue, hostile attack, hostile criticism, hostile eloquence, hypercriticism, inculpation, indictment, insult, invective, long vehement speech, objurgation, obloquy, oration, prolonged outburst of denunciation, railing, rebuke, remonstrance, reprehension, reprimand, reproach, reproof, revilement, reviling, sarcasm, scolding, scurrility, sermon, stinging words, strain of invective, stream of abuse, tirade, tongue-lashing, upbraiding, verbal onslaught, vilification, vituperation II index bombast, denunciation, disapprobation, harangue, obloquy, outcry, phillipic, revilement, stricture

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  • Diatribe — Di a*tribe (?; 277), n. [L. diatriba a learned discussion, Gr. ?, prop., a wearing away of time, fr. ? to rub away, spend time; dia through + ? to rub: cf. L. terere, F. trite: cf. F. diatribe.] A prolonged or exhaustive discussion; especially,… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • diatribe — 1640s (in Latin form in English from 1580s), discourse, critical dissertation, from Fr. diatribe (15c.), from L. diatriba learned discussion, from Gk. diatribe employment, study, in Plato, discourse, lit. a wearing away (of time), from dia away… …   Etymology dictionary

  • diatribe — [dī′ə trīb΄] n. [Fr < L diatriba, learned discussion < Gr diatribē, a wearing away < diatribein < dia , through + tribein, to rub, akin to L terere, to rub: see THROW] a bitter, abusive criticism or denunciation …   English World dictionary

  • Diatrĭbe — (gr.), 1) Abhandlung; 2) tadelnde, schmähende Kritik über eine Schrift …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Diatrībe — (griech.), gelehrte oder schulmäßige Abhandlung, insbes. eine kritische Streitschrift …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Diatribe — Diatrībe (grch.), gelehrte Abhandlung, bes. literar. kritische Streitschrift …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

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