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noun as in lesson, speech

noun as in speech of criticism

verb as in give a lesson, speech

verb as in criticize lengthily

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Example Sentences

You recently gave the Charles Eliot Norton lectures at Harvard and you were the first jazz musician to do so.

The rest of the essays and lectures in The Masters of Mankind show how Chomsky insists on breaking all the rules.

Caro spent the Nieman year immersed in study—reading, taking classes, attending lectures—about government and urban planning.

It begins with forgetting lines in lectures and losing track of where she is on a jog, and gets worse.

They make a living writing books and giving lectures about how Muslims want to destroy America.

Then there are often lectures held on musical subjects by some of the Professors, or by some one who is engaged for that purpose.

Miss Gould will confine her lectures this week in English to the discussion of plays and play-making.

A meal of victuals at this house has got to be just like attending one of Old Dimples lectures.

He was ardently devoted to the science, and contributed much to spread a correct knowledge of it among the people by his lectures.

Lectures—Two ladies may attend a lecture, unaccompanied by a gentleman, without attracting attention.


On this page you'll find 71 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lectures, such as: discourse, instruction, address, spiel, allocution, and disquisition.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.