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Some years ago I lectured in Oxford on the subject of Education.

“Be exact in what you say,” Ossipon lectured in the swift motion of the hansom.

Most of them lectured as though getting tired, the others as though tired out.

Go home and be lectured and advised and reproved by every woman in the village?

Sam's mother had lectured him on the subject before he left home.

Perhaps he lectured and the amanuensis took down what he said.

When he came, as I was informed, he lectured them severely for removing the flannels at all.

On the 18th and 25th she lectured to crowded houses there and captured her audiences.

Carmody lectured them both, and, as he cooled, Hanscom apologized.

He, a young man, had lectured the other, who was an old man.

WORD ORIGIN

1580s, from lecture (n.). Meaning "to address severely and at length" is from 1706. Related: Lectured; lecturing.

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