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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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I sense that he was putting on a performing voice, a declamatory poetry style, but he can't have been talking like that in real life.
For example, the "For unto us a child is born" chorus began with some particularly sweet and simple singing from the sopranos and then joyfully bubbled along, and was perhaps less declamatory than usual.
NNA - Caretaker State Minister for Administrative Development, Mohammad Fneish, said during a political meeting in south Lebanon Sunday that the formula of people-army-resistance must be preserved for the sake of Lebanon's stability, and that rational speech should prevail over declamatory rhetoric.
The vol al writing is declamatory, frequently requiring the singers to crescendo rapidly and then glissando into a sort of Sprechstimme.
Speakers broadcast recordings of Hayes's declamatory street performances, in which appeals to lovers mix with open-ended discourse around war and other more-than-personal debacles (1 March in the Parade of Liberty but as Long as I Love You I'm Not Free and Everything Else Has Failed
The flip side came with in-your-face, declamatory anthems to standing up for your beliefs, "Damn Right I Am" treading similar ground as "What Do Ya Think About That.
This week's young contender in the sub-Florence + The Machine declamatory synth pop stakes is 22-year-old, London-based, Southampton-born Louisa Rose Allen.
Given such a premise, Naimark contends, Stalin's nationality policies in the 1930s and 1940s emphasized state demands for conformity and submission over declamatory promises of economic and cultural development.
They are unique, individualistic works which make no concessions to the demand for declamatory directness and simplicity that characterised the more politicised and improvisational work of the 1980s.
Soon the rest of the cast is indulging in a cacophony of declamatory rants, the verbal excrescences matched by the restless, incessantly wriggling vocabulary that has lately become Forsythe's trademark.
But European regional diplomacy is more declamatory than effective, almost always dependant on American initiatives.
But the problem is that European diplomacy in the region is more declamatory than effective and is almost always dependant on American initiatives.
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.
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.