declaim

[ dih-kleym ]SEE DEFINITION OF declaim

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECLAIM

He questioned me closely, how and where I had learned to declaim.

Any one can declaim about these things, but I pin my faith to material interests.

It is not enough to declaim oneself, or propose continually one's group.

In conversation he did not tend to declaim or monopolize the talk.

Rugge's arm was raised, not indeed to strike, but rather to declaim.

Usually silent and absorbed, it was not his gift to moralize or declaim.

He did not declaim, yet when he spoke, an enduring sincerity which she could not deny was in his voice.

Their speeches were not so long, and they did not declaim so vehemently.

Two students were selected to "declaim" the question and two to "argue" it.

“Gantovski is to declaim this, and then subscribe it,” said Mashko.

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