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Synonyms for speak

talk

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converse

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lecture

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deal with

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speak for something or someone: represent

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  • represent
  • act for or on behalf of
  • appear for
  • hold a brief for
  • hold a mandate for

speak for something or someone: support

speak out or up: speak publicly

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  • speak publicly
  • have your say
  • speak your mind
  • sound off
  • stand up and be counted
  • speak openly
  • speak frankly
  • make your position plain

speak out or up: speak loudly

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  • speak loudly
  • raise your voice
  • make yourself heard
  • say it loud and clear

speak to someone: address

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to engage in spoken exchange

to direct speech to

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to express oneself in speech

to talk to an audience formally

speak for: to serve as an official delegate of

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1 And the LORD Spake unto Moses and Aaron in the land of Egypt, saying,
"The strong signal from helium we measured demonstrates a new technique to study upper layers of exoplanet atmospheres in a wider range of planets," Spake said in a (https://www.spacetelescope.org/news/heic1809/) statement.
He has plenty of tales to tell, as "I Can't Spake" vividly demonstrates.
And behold, the heavens parted, and the Lord spake unto them, saying: "Chill, dudes.
And lo, in the Book of Britpop, the prophets of Blur once thus spake: 'Girls who are boys, who like boys to be girls, always should be someone you really love.' Or something like that.
Caption: Thus spake Swami Vivekananda to his disciples, "We are not weak.
Airport There were 10 series plus festive specials of this Heathrow-based documentary which gained notoriety for Jeremy Spake, the bearded outspoken star who soon became a TV personality in his own right.
To hear the American Studies Association tell it, the act is largely symbolic, an expression of "solidarity with scholars and students deprived of their academic freedom and an aspiration to enlarge that freedom for all, including Palestinians." The move, so spake the ASA's national council, "is warranted given U.S.
AIRPORT LIVE BBC2, 8pm Documentary series Airport finished its run for good way back in 2008 (Jeremy Spake certainly has a lot to be thankful for since the show thrust him into mild celebrity status).
To me 't is mighty clear This wonder of an Elephant Is very like a spear!" The Third approached the animal, And happening to take The squirming trunk within his hands, Thus boldly up and spake: "I see," quoth he, "the Elephant Is very like a snake!" The Fourth reached out his eager hand, And felt about the knee.
17 -- Human rights are our common heritage and their realization depends on the contributions that each and every one of us is willing to make, individually and collectively, now and in the future - thus spake Louise Arbour, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.
Jeremy Spake became a household name after he was filmed working as a check-in supervisor on popular fly-onthe-wall series Airport.
Three Purcell anthems Rejoice in the Lord Always, My Beloved Spake and My Heart is Inditing were rather mixed in delivery, with solo groups puny at times in projection and timbre, but with crisp, thrilling diction from the sonorous full chorus.
The author explains how Nietzsche's work embodied his life, and how the lack of systemic thinking in works such as Beyond Good and Evil and Thus Spake Zarathustra actually represent a unified set of thoughts.
4: man was the sick animal--Friedrich Nietzsche, Thus Spake Zarathustra (1883-92)