declamatory

[ dih-klam-uh-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF declamatory

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Presently his humour changed, and he passed into the declamatory stage.

He does not move us by declamatory gestures and forced attitudes.

But declamation was not essential to his success, which was to be achieved in anything but a declamatory fashion.

“You are greatly mistaken,” said Lucilia in a declamatory tone.

His letters to the "Hereditary bondsmen" were diffuse and declamatory.

The acting was heavy and stilted, I thought, and declamatory.

There never was a collection of more glaring contradictions, more gaudy sophisms, than the youthful orator's declamatory harangue.

They were not pretty, not declamatory; but noble, grand, strong.

In the first place, action must never be declamatory or oratoric.

And, at the same time, it was no recitative, for it was not declamatory.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DECLAMATORY

oratorical

adjectivecharacteristic of oratory
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