Similar words: defamatory, crematory, declare, declared, aleatory, dilatory, migratory, predatory. Meaning: [dɪ'klæmətərɪ] adj. ostentatiously lofty in style.
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1 Yet patriotism is the easiest of declamatory prejudices.
2 The declamatory, repetitive, rhythmic prose of Ossian throbs with urgent sonorities and captivates the ear with its haunting incantations.
3 It was a declamatory literature.
4 A declamatory style used in opera and oratorio, similar to recitative but having greater melodic variation.
5 We looked last time at Saint Peter's declamatory speech in Lycidas, and we spent a lot of time on it.
6 I remember Jackson was more declamatory, in the Racine manner.
7 So the studying of classical poem's declamatory teaching of middle school has more importance practical significance.
8 This intrusion or invasion into the thick impasto of the declamatory surface is peculiarly poignant and suggestive.
9 The literature of a young and free people will of course be declamatory, and such, so far as it is yet developed, is the character of its own.
10 “It seems like just yesterday I was walking the kids down to the bus stop, ” he says, in that sort of dreamy,[www.Sentencedict.com] declamatory voice he sometimes uses.
11 Rebels like Katharine Hamnett have made a name for bold, declamatory statements.
12 The later, post-World War II version of this genre featured explosive, distorted electric guitar work, thunderous drumming, and fierce, declamatory vocals.
13 Declamation is a traditional method of reading in our country. Declamatory teaching is a traditional Chinese teaching method.
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