harridan : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a scolding (even vicious) old woman
- He moves back into the home where he grew up, hiring actors to play his relatives including Ann Savage, the notorious harridan of the 1945 cheapo-noir classic Detour, as his mom.
- To ex-wife Nancy Capasso, Myerson was a harridan who stole her husband Andy, moved into her house and wore her clothes.
- Eddie is warmed by her sporty friendliness, especially in contrast to the harridan convalescing in his hotel bedroom.
News & Articles
- June Squibb knows her 'Nebraska' character well
Actress June Squibb, who plays a woman Alexander Payne says is a 'harridan' in 'Nebraska,' belatedly recognized the role. June Squibb was in a bit of shock when she first saw her performance as the tart-tongued wife of Bruce Dern's character in Alexander Payne's "Nebraska."
Nov. 16, 2013 - Los Angeles Times
- Gregory Maguire in Christian Science Monitor
He curled "up on the floor at the feet of the trembling old harridan," Maguire writes. "She was weeping into the edge of her shroud. He was purring, and rubbing his head against [Yackle's] ankles."
- David Horowitz in CNSNews.com
Cindy Sheehan has gone from disgracing her son's memory to becoming a caricature of someone who exploits a tragedy for her own self aggrandizement, to someone who is on her way to becoming a rich and famous harridan,Horowitz told Cybercast...