declaimed; declaiming; declaims
Definition of declaim
1 : to speak rhetorically speakers declaimed on a variety of issues specifically : to recite something as an exercise in elocution
2 : to speak pompously or bombastically : harangue In presence of this historical fact it is foolish to declaim about natural rights …— V. L. Parrington
: to deliver rhetorically an actor declaiming his lines "I am a German citizen," she declaimed as if she had been practicing these lines …— André A. Aciman specifically : to recite in elocution … all these people declaiming selections from Shakespeare. — Ellen Glasgow
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