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Synonyms for declaim

declaim against something or someone

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Synonyms for declaim

to speak in a loud, pompous, or prolonged manner

Synonyms for declaim

recite in elocution

speak against in an impassioned manner

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Marmeladov suddenly declaimed, standing up with his arm outstretched, as though he had been only waiting for that question.
Namely, tax the rich and, indeed, the super rich till, I assume, as Dennis Healey famously declaimed "the pips squeaked".
The cast's naturalistic delivery of Shakespearean verse means that familiar speeches are underplayed, yet take on a fresh and greater meaning than if they were self-consciously declaimed.
Has the United States of America begun the inevitable slide into the tyranny of a few, and the oppression of many, or will this breach of the Constitution be declaimed for what it really is?
Benjamin Hulett (a late replacement for laryngitis-hit Robert Murray) was an impressive tenor - his We called thro' the darkness was both strongly declaimed and elegantly phrased.
I listened with interest to the managing director of One North East as he declaimed the legacies of that controversial body but perceived with disbelief the waste of Middlehaven which, it is to hoped, will fulfil the dreams of future citizens of the borough, for none of the present day taxpayers will ever see the transformation despite having footed the bill.
WHEN newspapers celebrated the elevation of young ministers in Sunday's reshuffle and declaimed that this exercise, which was one of rewarding the corrupt and recognising the insignificant, carried the imprint of Rahul Gandhi, they gave unsuspecting readers a rude shock.
On this occasion, verses of the Quran were declaimed, followed by panegyrics of the Prophet and prayers for HM the King.
Speaking at a human rights seminar in Chandigarh, the Mirwaiz had declaimed some pro-freedom slogans which provoked the audience.
alliance is the axis of JapanAEs foreign policies,o the impending new PM declaimed.
Before all the confirmatory stories piled up, PressTV and the Fars news agency in Iran both carried firm denials from an unnamed official who declaimed that the story was "fabricated by Zionist media" as part of an effort to impact news coverage of the latest report on Iran's nuclear program from the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Only Yo Mama Goose with ruffled feathers, having just declaimed her piece: "Behold the graceful goose in flight.
Macchina drogata (Drugged Machine), 1968, is a mechanical calculator whose numerical keys print out letters by chance; Progetto per un Amleto politico (Project for a Political Hamlet), 1973, is an installation centered around a platform from which the artist declaimed only sequences of numbers; Libri dimenticati a memoria (Books Forgotten by Heart), 1969, are volumes from which every page of text has been cut away.
Hers is not an especially lovely timbre, but her challenging part was fearlessly sung and intensely, movingly declaimed.
One of them loudly declaimed that she couldn't understand why she felt "shattered" because she'd "done nothing" for the last three days, which made me wonder what that little jaunt, first class travel and hotels, had cost and exactly what the taxpayer had got out of it.