rant at

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rant at someone or something

to rave and yell at someone or something. Stop ranting at me! The boss would never rant at the office staff.
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But his rant at Dowd saw him question the referee's weight, as he shouted: "You're too fat to referee, you should retire," adding: "You've cost us.
West infamously went on a rant at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards when Swift won Best Female Video category for "You Belong With Me," beating out Beyonce's "Single Ladies.
BORIS Johnson refused to apologise yesterday for launching a four-letter rant at an MP.
David Mellor's long rant at a taxi driver which included the lines: "I've been in the Cabinet, I'm an award-winning broadcaster, I'm a Queen's Counsel.
The 29-year-old's rant at the umpire came as he was two sets down and 5- 2 up in the third set.
Mr Mitchell unleashed a foul-mouthed rant at police when they refused to let him cycle through the main gates of No10.
And as the latest female singer to rant at the world it's no wonder she's decided to write a note on her chest to all her detractors.
The Radio 1 star sparked concerns this week after he made an amazing on-air rant at the BBC for not paying him for two months - and then posted a picture of himself on Twitter looking exhausted.