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declaim against something or someone

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Synonyms for declaim

to speak in a loud, pompous, or prolonged manner

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recite in elocution

speak against in an impassioned manner

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Il maestro di capella , Monteverdi; voices declaim Magnificat exalted by melisma, every word ringed round with echoes that counterpoint his sturdy text, 'My soul doth magnify the Lord.
On and on the animals declaim from Rooster to Lamb, until the Watch-Mouse squeaks an alarm that Farmer and Son are on their way in
He then proceeded to declaim a speech no less 'revolutionary' than that of our dreamy 'General,' calling for the revival of 'Nasserism' as if it were a political ideology rather than a mere political-emotional phase that is linked to a President and that ended with his departure - its political, economic, and social motives and circumstances having faded with time.
she doesn't have to find a new way to declaim it, but can just speak it as the straightforward, questioning comment that it is.
He travels to Greece and Rhodes to learn rhetoric, learning to declaim against the ocean's roar.
What follows is a coup de theatre: the scripts ask them to do research about the writer's milieu and declaim to the class (i.
The fact that these politicians have absolutely no scruples (like Bob Barr defending marriage after repeatedly leaving his numerous wives by committing adultery, and perjuring himself under oath about it while trying to impeach the President for it, and attacking abortion as murder while paying for at least one wife to have an abortion, or crusading for morality while being caught licking whipped cream off a stripper's nipples) and yet declaim themselves our moral police is simply mind-boggling.
His international fame comes less from translations of his work--Wings of Summer is his first full-length book in English, apart from a hard-to-find Beijing Foreign Languages Press edition listed in his vita--than from worldwide poetry reading sessions in which he and his translator declaim his works in both Mandarin and English, by all accounts so passionately as to move the audience.
Hacsi's book is not only directed at politicians, the media and others who declaim on educational issues with apparent authority, but at the scientific community which has failed to agree criteria, standards and procedures for rigorous investigation.
To hone his skills, he would stand on a stump on the banks of the Solomon River and declaim to trees on the other side.
Even Ruskin, no great fancier of the Baroque, was moved to declaim 'I got among the mimicked rocks and among the deep pools of this most noble fountain until I fancied myself am ong the gushing torrents of my own Cumberland.
Coyle is not distracted by the exemplary potential of her story or the sensationalism of her plot; she is not out to declaim sociological pronouncements but to give us the particularity of her people, and so they absorb us.
But in the Real World beyond the box The poetry we would declaim Would need a voice blunt and broken As Kipling's dinner-knife, Scratching at the weeds of self-aggrandisement -- My Rights to make more money come what will (Or go what will) -- A voice to bulldoze down the hedges of Mammon That sprang up when the others fen (Habitats of hundreds of years Long before Conran's empire: an entire universe): Cutting down, rooting up, sparing nothing.
I heard several colleagues declaim against sin, I heard others admit to having sinned, and there was a general feeling that we should all go forth and sin no more.
The characters don't declaim the dialog in a stilted iambic pentameter as if the words themselves and not their meaning are of primary importance.