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declamatory

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Literature
declamatoryde‧clam‧a‧to‧ry /dɪˈklæmətəri $ -tɔːri/ adjective 🔊 🔊 ALdeclamatory speech or writing expresses feelings and opinions very strongly 🔊 a declamatory style
Examples from the Corpus
declamatoryThe declamatory nature of the manifesto is important in establishing an intervention in mass ` consciousness'.Yet patriotism is the easiest of declamatory prejudices.The declamatory, repetitive, rhythmic prose of Ossian throbs with urgent sonorities and captivates the ear with its haunting incantations.This intrusion or invasion into the thick impasto of the declamatory surface is peculiarly poignant and suggestive.
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