jeremiad (Meaning)

Wordnet

jeremiad (n)

a long and mournful complaint

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jeremiad (n.)

Alt. of Jeremiade

jeremiad Sentence Examples

  1. The politician's jeremiad against the opposing party's policies was met with applause from his supporters.
  2. The preacher's jeremiad warned of the dire consequences of sin and urged his congregation to repent.
  3. The author's jeremiad about the decline of American values sparked a national debate.
  4. The environmentalist's jeremiad against pollution and climate change raised awareness of these critical issues.
  5. The historian's jeremiad about the mistakes of the past served as a cautionary tale for the present.
  6. The economist's jeremiad about the impending financial crisis prompted policymakers to take action to prevent it.
  7. The social reformer's jeremiad against poverty and inequality inspired people to work towards a more just society.
  8. The artist's jeremiad about the suffering of the human condition moved audiences to tears.
  9. The poet's jeremiad about the loss of innocence and beauty in the modern world resonated with readers who felt the same way.
  10. The musician's jeremiad about the injustices of the world inspired listeners to fight for change.

FAQs About the word jeremiad

a long and mournful complaintAlt. of Jeremiade

tirade, harangue, lecture, philippic,diatribe, sermon, rant, criticism, attack, assault

praise, citation, rhapsody, eulogy, encomium, tribute, panegyric, rhapsody, panegyric,eulogy

The politician's jeremiad against the opposing party's policies was met with applause from his supporters.

The preacher's jeremiad warned of the dire consequences of sin and urged his congregation to repent.

The author's jeremiad about the decline of American values sparked a national debate.

The environmentalist's jeremiad against pollution and climate change raised awareness of these critical issues.