Definition of 'declaim'
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As an actor he was accustomed to declaim the lines written for him fluently, but seemed to be having trouble in expressing his own thoughts. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE (2003)Andrew continued to declaim, in relentless detail, the economic perils of a prolonged land war. AN OLDER WOMAN (2003)`Television is a strange place in which to seek truth, still less declaim it. THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD (2003)
I read Farrier's autopsy report, hearing Ava's voice declaim it into the air for transcription. THE HUNDREDTH MAN (2003)
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Used Rarely. declaim is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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