Sunday, February 21, 2010


harangue \hə-ˈraŋ\ noun: 1. a speech addressed to a public assembly,
2. a ranting speech or writing,
3. lecture

Etymology: Middle French arenge, from Old Italian aringa, from aringare to speak in public, from aringo public assembly, of Germanic origin

How would lemon harangue pie taste?

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jendaros said...