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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

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recite in elocution

speak against in an impassioned manner

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They are teeming with types--pirates, heroes, tyrants, cranky fathers, restive sons--but since in each controversia a personage is thrown into such a bizarre situation, often incumbent on the declaimers is to determine the nature of that specific personage, that nature having done so much to give rise to that situation in the first place.
In Seneca's Controversiae the speeches of the various declaimers are excerpted and many of the colores appear within these excerpts, but to many controversiae are also added Seneca's own remarks on the declaimers' methods and degrees of effectiveness, and this commentary is intently concerned with evaluating colores.
Despite declaimers, Iran wants to be a nuclear-armed power.
But he provides readers with an analytically rigorous critique of conscience's declaimers and a sound defense of that dimension of the human where, regardless of one's religion, one encounters the call to go beyond one's more basic urges.
His declaimers before the judiciary committee and his firm embrace of the rule of law are not enough to steer us clear of danger.