rant against (someone or something)

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rant against (someone or something)

To complain angrily, forcefully, and at great length about someone or something. You should spend less time ranting against your professor and spend more time studying the material. I stop paying attention whenever he starts ranting against the government.
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rant against someone or something

to rave and yell against someone or something. She spent most of the morning ranting against her mother-in-law. Leonard spent the entire morning ranting against the government.
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Senator Leila De Lima tossed this question at Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo who earlier called her an 'irrelevant political entity trying to re-enter the public's consciousness' by dishing out reckless and offensive rants against President Rodrigo Duterte.
Incidentally, in last Monday's letters page, three of the five letters printed were rants against the Labour Party (the other two, though political, were not specific to any particular party), but I am in no way accusing the Western Mail of rightwing political bias, a charge which could easily be levelled against much of the national press.
DONALD Trump has been slapped down by Muhammad Ali over his outrageous rants against Muslims.
#The latest rants against Islam by two UKIP election candidates (Daily Mirror, April 16) surely have no place in our multicultural society.
Odemwingie delivered a series of Twitter rants against the club after having a transfer request rejected at the start of the year and he has once again vented his frustration after being omitted from the Baggies' starting line-up for the last four games.
I have been reading Mr Paul Kokoski's regular rants against US President Barack Obama's move to provide funds to family-planning groups overseas.
I WOULD not normally respond to your columnist Keith Hann's tediously predictable and boringly repetitive rants against the Labour Party, but his effort of July 1 is so daft I am afraid I must.
Despite his torrent of hate-filled rants against the West, the dad of six likes nothing better than a game of pool or table tennis, a bowl of fruit...
There are a few too many rants against commodification, laundry lists of artifacts, and rhapsodic descriptions of the sights, textures, smells (and risks) of strolling through ruins.
I am so glad that Muslim cleric Abu Hamza has been arrested on an extradition warrant by the US government, because if it had been our government he'd have been given a bigger house and grant to help his racist rants against the Western world.
But Nader's rants against the smugly self-contained Commission on Presidential Debates often ring true.
Meanwhile 40-year-old Ben co-wrote anarchic comedy the Young Ones and is famed for his left-wing rants against Margaret Thatcher's Tories in the l980s.
Richmond Nilo, of the diocese of Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija, reinforced his belief that attacks on priests were related to the President's public rants against the Church.
Liam says he is entitled to his rants against the likes of Franz Ferdinand and The Kaiser Chiefs.