Example sentences for: diatribe

How can you use “diatribe” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In "A Brief History of Taxes," the chart she runs with her diatribe against supply-side economics is worthless, as even Paul Krugman would advise, because it accounts for neither the efficiency of the market in discounting changes in tax law throughout the legislative process, nor the volatility of monetary policy during the last 30 years of a floating dollar.

  • Unfortunately, much of what is on the Web is diatribe or propaganda, foaming with hate or boosterism, irrelevant either way.

  • It is as if you looked up, say, infer/imply in a usage manual and the author's treatment, in place of an explanation and sound advice, were an unpleasant diatribe against anyone so dense and rude as to have had to look up the entry to begin with.

  • From her diatribe in Harper's , you'd think Smiley was out to revive Stowian melodrama, with its coincidences, angelic children, and neat distinctions between good and evil.

  • But he seldom concludes a diatribe with a condemnation.


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