Diatribe

• (n.) A prolonged or exhaustive discussion; especially, an acrimonious or invective harangue; a strain of abusive or railing language; a philippic.
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diatribe

(from the article `Bion of Borysthenes`) Greek philosophical writer and preacher. He was a freed slave and the son of a courtesan and has been credited with originating the Cynic `diatribe,` ... ...of a dramatic element in nonliterary satura. Lucilius used this medium for self-expression, fearlessly criticizing public as well ...
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Diatribe

Di'a·tribe noun [ Latin diatriba a learned discussion, Greek ..., prop., a wearing away of time, from ... to rub away, spend time; dia` through + ... to rub: confer Latin terere , French trite : confer French diatribe .] A prolonged or exhaustive discussion; espe...
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diatribe

bitter and violent attack in words 
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diatribe

diatribe 1. A bitter, abusive criticism, or denunciation. 2. Etymology: the Greek word diatribe, the ultimate source of the English word, is derived from the verb diatribein, made up of the prefix dia-, 'completely', and tribein, 'to rub, to wear away, to spend,' or 'to waste time, to be busy'.
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diatribe

thunderous verbal attack
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diatribe

thunderous verbal attack
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