declamatory


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Synonyms for declamatory

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of or relating to the art of public speaking

characterized by language that is elevated and sometimes pompous in style

Synonyms for declamatory

ostentatiously lofty in style

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They placed particular emphasis on the practice of literary declamation, above all in the context of the declamatory concert.
As to the technical requirements of the sustained and declamatory phrases, the statements are erroneous.
The delivery of the nomine is now declamatory where Wroe's was almost introspective (though not a public performance, of course), and the restrained exuberance of the dance and dancers in 1927 has given way to solemnity - broken, it's true, by broad mirth on the faces of the dancers when real time fleetingly invades their reverence.
Yeats"--combined elements of the traditional with Modernist innovations; the result was a voice that could move rapidly between a public declamatory tone and one that was markedly personal and intimate.
So that when the master-stroke of combining Jehan Alain''s wildly declamatory Litanies, with the tribute Prelude and Fugue to the composer by fellow Frenchman Maurice Durufle, the effect of then engaging the stunning munitions of the main organ was all the more spine-tingling.
That game's antagonist was Andrew Ryan, a declamatory Randian cult figure who built the city on an individualistic ideal.
The message of the press is accusatory in the governmental media, declamatory in the partisan media, and uninterested in the private press," said Dr.
Dramatic and declamatory in nature, this movement is thematically complex and satisfying.
I WRITE in response to the declamatory letter of Paul Botto (Viewpoints, April 19) concerning the emotive subject of abortion and the forthcoming election.
Only "Right" for the right hand alone with its brusque tempo and declamatory leaps seems too challenging for this volume.
It would be a mistake for the heads of state and government to remain in a declamatory role without being aware that around 70% of the results will be obtained if the territories are active and get involved and 30% by national and international actions.
But it's an absorbing evening, with Sue Wallace a declamatory senior police officer, Alex Meeson a likeable slow-witted Josef and Danny Hanlon and authoritative Ross.
Jessner also rejected the ecstatic and highly emotionalized acting style associated with late Expressionist theatre, insisting that the actor's use of language should embody clarity, pace, and rhythm rather than declamatory pathos.
The idea was to re-create a black-and-white, World War II Army training film -- clunky dialogue, declamatory acting, suspenseless suspense and all -- with a contemporary perspective.