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Correct spelling:
declamatory
Definition:
Rhetorical.

Synonyms:

adjective
articulate
fluent.
eloquent
elocutionary, fluent, oratorical, rhetorical, formal.
oratorical
gesticulative, stagiest, stagier, senatorial, stagy, longwinded, stylistic.
pompous
stuffy, windy, bombastic, verbose.
noun
declamatory
rhetorical, large, bombastic, turgid, tumid, orotund.
eloquent
fluent, oratorical, elocutionary, formal.
pompous
windy, verbose, stuffy.
Examples of usage:
  1. The strong declamatory, and, as it were, shrieking sound, met the ear from far, and called forth the attention; the quickly succeeding transitions, which necessarily required to be sung in a lower tone, seemed like plaintive strains succeeding the vociferations of emotion or of pain. – Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 1 (of 3) by Isaac D'Israeli
  2. This extraordinary pantomime finished, with a grand flourish, the burlesque personage, still standing uncovered in the pouring rain, anticipated the question upon de Sigognac's lips, and began at once the following address, in an emphatic and declamatory tone: I pray you deign to excuse, noble seignior, my having come thus to knock at the gates of your castle in person at this untimely hour, without sending a page or a courier in advance, to announce my approach in a suitable manner. – Captain Fracasse by Theophile Gautier
  3. Well, I answered, hesitatingly, to call you a fool in a colloquial tone would make people laugh, I think, and- and the words don't fit a declamatory style. – Life on the Stage by Clara Morris
  4. But there were jollifications to no end both in Palmerstown and Chapelizod that night, and declamatory conversations rising up in the street at very late hours, and singing, and 'hurooing' along the moonlit roads. – The House by the Church-Yard by J. Sheridan Le Fanu

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