- plural form of harangue
- 1875, W. E. (William Ewart) Gladstone, Speeches of Pope Pius IX. page 4 - It can hardly be policy, it must be a necessity of his nature, which prompts his incessant harangues.
- 1997, Kevin Starr, Endangered Dreams: The Great Depression in California page 11 - Or perhaps Hull merely rewrote Kearney's incoherent harangues, polishing their language, heightening their ferocity, after they were delivered?
- third-person singular simple present indicative form of harangue
Note that the object of the plural is the speeches being made, not the number of recipients of the speech.