lecture

[ lek-cher ]SEE DEFINITION OF lecture

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LECTURE

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

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

"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

told off

verbreprimand; criticize harshly
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