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Synonyms for soapbox

a crate for packing soap

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a platform raised above the surrounding level to give prominence to the person on it

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I can only suggest Mr Pugh tries to support the railways and train operating companies and gets off his soap-box.
Darren Cooke, aged 26, Richard Franklin, aged 23, Mark Walton, aged 23, Joonkian Chua, aged 36, and Luke Harmer, aged 24, saw their soap-box speed down the one mile downhill course under the capable hands of former Formula One driver Perry McCarthy.
On his first day campaigning, the soap-box supremo managed to break the LAW.
In White Lies, White Power: The Fight Against White Supremacy and Reactionary Violence, author Michael Novick is the popular soap-box orator, boldly gesticulating on the street corner while a boisterous crowd gets energized by the detailed condemnations of various villains.
A BOY and girl, both three, were critically ill last night after a go-kart careered into the crowd at a soap-box derby.
I recall, too, the Teddy Boy rallies, my Pier Head soap-box, our bus that took more than 1,000 pensioners for a day out at Blackpool, the adventures of our Christian commandos and our lively services.
All of this political soap-box stuff is a load of s***.