Antonyms for lecturing

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Is it dramatic to make Cyrus speak in this way as if he were lecturing a class on strategics?

The Captain hated the lecturing attitude but he couldn't help it.

He thought it might, help his lecturing tour and keep his name alive.

It would appear that one must possess an insatiable love of lecturing.

Lecturing was then coming into vogue, and he was frequently invited to the platform.

In 1229 the Faculty of Arts at Paris made a statute on the methods of lecturing.

He had been away from home for several days, lecturing in the north of England.

He had been lecturing at Birmingham—had been telegraphed for—had been too late.

Luke Raeburn had been lecturing in one of the large manufacturing towns.

He went through the forms of lecturing, but the life and spirit were gone.