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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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Summary: Read the national news on any given day and without fail you'll find the same thing: Lebanese politicians from across the divide declaiming on the need to fight terrorism and keep danger from Lebanon's door.
said the man now openly declaiming his love for Syrian refugees.
The new video uses the details that accompany Cunard's long and extraordinary history to bring the company's story to life: from Charles Dickens declaiming his 1842 cabin as a 'profoundly preposterous box', to Cunard's carriage of all the horses which charged with the Light Brigade in 1853, and to the first time that the monarch's wife is heard on the radio when Queen Mary was launched in 1934.
This has absolutely nothing to do with the turning point in English history about to take place, but it's such a casual, natural gesture it brings these characters to life in a way that no amount of declaiming and speechifying ever could.
While poor old George W was declaiming that "America doesn't do torture", Dick was getting on with business The rest of the world pays for it - including the American voters who imagine they have some kind of democratic control over the Dicks of this world.
We have various fathers and mothers declaiming on everything under the sun.
all receiving and declaiming our own peculiar messages, just not quite
In America there is much more feel for realism than in Europe where there is still a conception of an actor as being somehow divorced from real life and in Britain where acting is still often associated more with being statuesque and striking poses and declaiming with lyrical voices.
By mid-week, Yukio-san was on the trans-Pacific horn, more or less bowing and scraping to President Barack-san (who probably had to suppress a chuckle), and declaiming any intent to question the fundamentals of the U.
Otto's account of his antics--shagging a fetching female in the shower, barely eluding the detonation of a grenade in a louche bar, tracking a pickpocket into the depths of a building only to discover a subterranean bacchanal stoking the passions of Soviet apparatchiks, all declaiming perpetual hegemony in the dregs of their toppling regime--displays how much Andrukhovych's art relies on contingency.
Retirement saw him reviving Arnold Leese's periodical Gothic Ripples, and still declaiming the right way ahead.
For two years leading up to the last May elections we had leaflets galore pushed through the doors, declaiming messages such as Labour damages your wealth, Labour has gone mad with your council tax money.
It was chilling to see the man who played Moses and Michelangelo hoisting rifles at NRA conventions and declaiming that, "In this country if someone breaks into your house, you can shoot them.
They will also be declaiming hip romantic poetry, conjure epic landscapes and attempt a return to some simpler life, a golden age.
There are some laughs, particularly when Liz melts down before Jerry over the sorry state of her life; her exaggerated declaiming provokes him: