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Their speeches were not so long, and they did not declaim so vehemently.
CELEBRATED TRAVELS AND TRAVELLERSJULES VERNE
It was her hobby to declaim against the popular idea of the existence of the human spirit apart from the body.
PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF PARDEE BUTLERPARDEE BUTLER
He may as usefully declaim against friendship, comradeship, the love of man for woman or of mother for child.
AMERICA TO-DAY, OBSERVATIONS AND REFLECTIONSWILLIAM ARCHER
Without this pivotal action, the reader is apt to declaim a monologue, and confuse it with a speech.
BROWNING AND THE DRAMATIC MONOLOGUES. S. CURRY
The same servant would declaim, with the quaintest, semi-tragical gestures, Pinens rle in Boris-Gudunov.
THE DUELA. I. KUPRIN
In vain does the author declaim on the high premiums given for the loans during the war.
THE WORKS OF THE RIGHT HONOURABLE EDMUND BURKE, VOL. I. (OF 12)EDMUND BURKE
They would do less harm, of course, if they should declaim against him.
HEALTH, HEALING, AND FAITHRUSSELL H. CONWELL
He did not declaim his speech, but gave it forth with dignified sadness.
THE ENGLISH STAGEAUGUSTIN FILON
What I do mean is preach your sermons and do not declaim them.
THE YOUNG PRIEST'S KEEPSAKEMICHAEL PHELAN
They learned by heart the most celebrated dialogues of Racine and Voltaire, and they used to declaim them in the corridor.
BOUVARD AND PCUCHETGUSTAVE FLAUBERT
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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