All written in a similar mode: authoritative, declamatory, distant, dispassionate, impersonal, and (allegedly) neutral.
Discussion followed; not flamboyant and declamatory, but tense, staccato, pointed.
He does not move us by declamatory gestures and forced attitudes.
The music is declamatory; the singer must throw his whole soul into his part, must act as well as sing.
But declamation was not essential to his success, which was to be achieved in anything but a declamatory fashion.
What vanity to their nicer ears must be the sonorous and declamatory orator's breath!
His letters to the "Hereditary bondsmen" were diffuse and declamatory.
Yet his literary tone, in spite of its declamatory pitch, not seldom sinks into a drone.
The acting was heavy and stilted, I thought, and declamatory.
At the end of the first hour of the speech, he said to a friend, 'All this is declamatory assertion without proof.'