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Sunday, September 21, 2014
jeremiad
noun | jer-uh-MYE-ud
Definition/Example
A bitter lamentation, tirade, or dire prophecy of doom. "I just read your lengthy jeremiad about the decline of education in America. Judging from your grammar, things must not have been so great in your day, either."