lecture

[ lek-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF lecture

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LECTURE

Was it probable that she had anything suitable to wear to a lecture?

There was another listener at the lecture who was unexpectedly present.

"Why, I've delivered quite a lecture upon beauty," Miss Coleman said.

I could have heard the lecture, but I couldn't spare my hands.

The instrument formed the subject of the Bakerian lecture for the year 1871.

I answered at random and longed for the meal to end —until I remembered my lecture.

Didn't you see the lady with Minnie and the judge at the lecture?

For several years Dr. Kirtland has declined to lecture on any subject.

When I said I hoped not, he replied that it would not be necessary for him to attend the lecture.

Produced statistics to show how few saloons failed after a lecture.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR LECTURE

rebuked

verbreprimand; criticize harshly
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