lecturing


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Synonyms for lecturing

teaching by giving a discourse on some subject (typically to a class)

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About this time they would hear Dairyman Crick's voice, lecturing the non-resident milkers for arriving late, and speaking sharply to old Deborah Fyander for not washing her hands.
We love to hear them at it, after they have been lecturing us.
So, while the doctor was pursuing his descriptive course of lecturing in the officers' mess, Joe reigned supreme on the forecastle, holding forth in his own peculiar manner, and making history to suit himself--a style of procedure pursued, by the way, by the greatest historians of all ages and nations.
Kuno Fischer was then at the height of his fame and during the winter had been lecturing brilliantly on Schopenhauer.
Besides, you need not mind about lecturing us; you have nothing to boast of.
Ralph did not perceive it, and took this opportunity of lecturing her, and expressing his latest views upon the proper conduct of life.
The journey out here, which meant the loss of a term's work, became an extravagance and not the just and wonderful holiday due to her after fifteen years of punctual lecturing and correcting essays upon English literature.
One afternoon he went out with Arthur to the University of California, and, with bated breath and a feeling of religious awe, went through the laboratories, saw demonstrations, and listened to a physics professor lecturing to his classes.
Nothing but coast," he said, gruffly, for papa was always lecturing him, and letting the girls do just as they liked.