It sounds as though it makes sense, however the words are not really compatible. Meager refers to a thin or emaciated person or animal. Tirade can mean a long and vehement speech or a prolonged bitter outburst. The word tirade explains the situation in its own right and thus can not, and should not, be downgraded by using meager
a long angry speech
We finally pushed mom over the edge, and she went on a two hour tirade about how we needed to be more responsible.
this is a tirade of madness.
My mother put on a tirade when she saw the condition of my bedroom!
tirade means a long, scolding speech.It is a long angry speech which may deal with a single theme, such as a tirade against smoking
what is a nonexample of meager
In reply, he let loose a tirade of abuse and obscenity.
Bob got a tirade from his parents because he didn't do his homework
After Ralph's angry tirade, the hunters begin to bully Piggy to make themselves feel more powerful and important. ChaCha again!
This meager sustenance will suffice.
meager is an ajective
His temper snapped, and he yelled and screamed as he entered into a loud and uncontrolled tirade.