jeremiad jeremiad  /ˌdʒɛ rə ˈmaɪ əd/


  • (n) a long and mournful complaint


  1. It's a jazzy jeremiad that dances around the whole dilemma of ratings.
  2. That's one explanation for last month's jeremiad by Peter Bart, editor of the trade paper Variety, against movie reviewers.
  3. On New Year's Eve television screens, Evangelist Billy Graham, sports-jacketed and gray-templed, delivered a fireside jeremiad.


  • Letter: Speciale

    Published: Wednesday, July 17, 2013 at 12:30 PM. Regarding Martha Dzioba’s recent jeremiad about Representative Speciale. I have known Michael for several years. He is a man of honor and integrity.
    on July 17, 2013     Source: New Bern Sun Journal

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