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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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He is from the Royal Shakespeare school which declaims all the words and gives them a special resonance.
The artist usually declaims a fragmented text composed of quotations from various sources, her intonations suggesting an unmistakable pathos, while she plays a synthesizer and occasionally hits the floor with a hammer or blinds the audience with a flashlight.
He discusses the problems of "monitoring the supply chain," declaims on McDonald's "holistic approach," and often refers to his area of expertise as "waste management" It's easy to imagine how this kind of talk would make "speaking the same language" a near-literal as well as figurative problem in pow-wows with greens.
I AM NOT Annie Sullivan,'' declaims Rachel, the cognitive scientist trying to keep a borderline savage from the gallows.
I picked Portia because I was a Shakespeare fan [Portia is the character in The Merchant of Venice who famously declaims, "The quality of mercy is not strain'd / It droppeth as the gentle rain from heaven.
SUMMIT DECLAIMS ANY INTENT OR OBLIGATION TO UPDATE THESE FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS.
Curiously, while Clarke loudly declaims against the Bush administration's lies and coverups, he displays no similar zeal for the truth about the Clinton administration's OKC deceptions.
For The Match, Hay worked daily for a month with four arresting performers, inventing a brilliantly eccentric dance for each: Wally Cardona's release sensibility is powered by Juilliard-trained technique; Mark Lorimer declaims like all eager poet with a mouthful of pebbles; Chrysa Parkinson twitches long, spidery limbs; and Ros Warby is a crunchy-granola seductress.
A peace dove perched on his shoulder and a halo suspended over him, Uncle Sam declaims from a book on ethics.
I have not killed the nightingale," the poet declaims.
While his wife prays for his soul, Loomis declaims against Christianity's false pledge to alleviate the suffering of African Americans.
Composed in response to the death of Stalin in 1953, it declaims Shostakovich's relief on being liberated from the political persecution executed by his autocratic oppressor.