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declamatory (adjective), more declamatory, most declamatory
Descriptive of a rhetorical style of speaking, characterized by forcefully putting forth an opinion or point of view in a way that is loud and forceful: As a university student during the 1960's, Maureen remembers hearing some very declamatory speeches about civil rights and liberties from pro and negative viewpoints that were often loud and emotional.
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