Adjective(1) ostentatiously lofty in style
(1) Before Brook, theatre was declamatory , overly theatrical and staid.(2) The music's expression ranges from declamatory to lyrical.(3) Macklin's championing of realistic delivery in place of a declamatory manner greatly influenced contemporaries, notably David Garrick.(4) The space is totally unsympathetic and encourages declamatory performances.(5) He made this speech in a declamatory manner, standing in front of the fire, addressing himself half to Lucasta and half to an unseen audience in the middle distance.(6) IT'S overlong; declamatory ; reads like a communique from some Edinburgh Soviet; and when it's not stating the blindingly bloody obvious, it's full of big words nobody will understand.(7) Aside from the political intrigue of the plot, the play is filled with brilliant speeches, timeless both for their declamatory techniques and for the passions they reflect and evoke.(8) The students compiled declamatory speeches on issues of global and social concern.(9) In Mozart and Salieri he wrote in a highly expressive declamatory idiom, while in Tsarskaya nevesta he used traditional forms and smooth melodies.(10) Pazira and Hassan Tantai (who plays the doctor) speak in a flat, declamatory fashion that shows lack of experience, or the time to develop a certain level of performing skill.(11) The arias contained in the work are dominantly of two types, the aria di bravura, with rich coloratura elements, and the aria parlante, in declamatory vocal style.(12) And on the few occasions when FaurÔö£┬« calls for it, she has huge, declamatory power at the very summit of her voice.(13) These pieces are the perhaps most conventionally dramatic, although Sedayne's declamatory vocals may not be to every listener's taste.(14) The language became more and more reminiscent of scripture and the style more declamatory and personal.(15) The sparse dialogue is as mind-numbingly declamatory and unsubtle as political oratory or operatic aria.(16) Davis's verse is characterized by robust statements of urban themes, a fierce social consciousness, a strong declamatory voice, and an almost rabid racial pride.
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