Jeremiad (noun)

A jeremiad refers to a passionate and often lengthy lamentation or complaint, typically a protest against a perceived injustice or wrongdoing.

Origin:

The word jeremiad is derived from the name of the prophet jeremiah, who in the old testament delivered many passionate and eloquent laments over the state of his people.

Examples:

  1. His speech was a jeremiad against corruption in government.
  2. Her article was a jeremiad about the state of education in the country.
  3. The jeremiad was an impassioned plea for social reform.
  4. The jeremiad was a powerful and moving critique of society.
  5. The jeremiad was a long and detailed complaint about the state of the nation.
Some random words: misprint, peaceable, vintner