Definition of ranting in English:

ranting

Line breaks: rant|ing
Pronunciation: /rantɪŋ
 
/

noun

(usually rantings)
A long, angry, and impassioned speech: the reactionary rantings of an embittered old man
More example sentences
  • These are not the isolated rantings of an angry old man.
  • Such reactionary and ignorant rantings are perhaps not overly worthy of comment.
  • But perhaps now we'll be given overdue respite from the rantings of those intent on persuading us he was some kind of miracle-worker.

Derivatives

rantingly

adverb

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