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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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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.
Bats of darkness," this phrase which is used for abasement and substantiation of the characteristics of cowardice and meanness is wide spreading nowadays with some people declaiming it and others revolting against it.
We have various fathers and mothers declaiming on everything under the sun.
American baritone Kevin Greenlaw was terrific, whether using chest voice or falsetto, crooning about the pain of unrequited love or declaiming the woes of gambling.
all receiving and declaiming our own peculiar messages, just not quite
Atheists, of course, are having a field day, declaiming all religious are rotten trouble-makers - in my mind's eye I can see Eddie Saunders raising a pint on the Pheasey Estate before firing us off one of his corkers).
housing, with the Fed also declaiming that the boom was rooted in a natural growth in demand from immigration and younger families.
We did this so that we could tell our essential demands, we have been strongly declaiming to the whole world, the global arena and the Security Council, straight to the faces of the Israelis," said Davutoglu.
Lytham St Annes born Peter Dickinson presents more of his music including Larkin's Jazz recited to music by Henry Herford, Mass of the Apocalypse, an odd piece with Rev Donald Reeves declaiming.
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.
This foible has her yelping whenever she comes across a cat in the street, leaving her peering out from behind my legs and loudly and embarrassingly declaiming, "the cat is going to eat me, daddy".
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.
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: