How do you use philippic in a sentence?


One example of a sentence using the word philippic is, "He delivered a bitter philippic denouncing the company's careless pollution of the environment." Philippic is a noun meaning any speech or discourse of criticism or denunciation.

The word originally derives from the speeches delivered by Athenian orator Demosthenes against King Philip of Macedon in the fourth century B.C. It was also used later to refer to the speeches made by Cicero against Marc Anthony in the first century B.C. In modern usage however, it is more commonly used to refer to any type of highly critical or impassioned speech. Synonyms for philippic include diatribe, reproach, tirade, invective, harangue, rant and denunciation.

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Philippic (noun) a declamation full of bitter condemnation. The
Etc is normally used in a sentence when you are listing something from the same category. For example you can list things in a kitchen by saying dishes, cups, pots etc.
"On his television show last evening, consummate liberal Bill Maher delivered a scathing philippic against George Bush and the U.S. involvement in the war in Iraq. Bryan B.
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philippic in a sentence
I have found out his rotten and perfidious policy, and am preparing a philippic against him.
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