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Does meager tirade make sense

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โˆ™ 2013-01-31 17:24:06

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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

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