Experts and negotiators will declaim over the bowl full of details in Obama's Thursday speech.
The word Qur’ān means recitation, coming from the root q-r-‘, which means primarily to recite or declaim and then to read.
It's what is ongoing and visible, so it's the part that people get to judge and assess and gossip about and declaim on.
It was demanded of psychologists that they declaim on all that screaming and its meaning.
Yes, dissent is patriotic, as liberals love to declaim, but assent is an important part of patriotism too.
Perceiving how matters stood, the friar straight lifted up his hands, and continued to declaim in a still more fervent stile.
He questioned me closely, how and where I had learned to declaim.
He was wonderfully precocious, and as a child of five years would recite odes, and declaim passages from Milton and Shakespeare.
Rugge's arm was raised, not indeed to strike, but rather to declaim.
Apollonius, we are told, not understanding Latin, requested Cicero to declaim in Greek.
late 14c., from Middle French déclamer and directly from Latin declamare "to practice public speaking, to bluster," from de- intensive prefix + clamare "to cry, shout" (see claim (v.)). At first in English spelled declame, but altered under influence of claim. Related: Declaimed; declaiming.