The correct answer is speak wildly.
A. speak wildly
C. collide with
D. treat with contempt
The correct answer is (A) To speak wildly; to use bombastic language; to recite theatrically; to preach noisily; to declaim in an exaggerated way; to speak in a loud, extravagant way; to utter with exaggerated emphasis; to talk wildly, noisily, vehemently, angrily, or violently.
Rant comes from.Dutch randien, randlen (to rave), German ranzen
Examples of use:
- After a few drinks, he would rant on about the need for government controls.
- On several occasions, the dictator ranted for hours at his audience.