declaim

US [dɪˈkleɪm]
UK [dɪ'kleɪm]
  • v.巧辩;雄辩;(口若悬河地)演说;朗诵
  • Web朗读;叱责;高谈阔论
Present Participle:declaiming  Past Tense:declaimed  Simple Present:declaims  
declaim
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (against) sth.~ that….+ speech
(尤指在公众前)慷慨激昂地宣讲,慷慨陈词to say sth loudly; to speak loudly and with force about sth you feel strongly about, especially in public
She declaimed the famous opening speech of the play.
她慷慨激昂地朗诵了这出戏中著名的开场白。
He declaimed against the evils of alcohol.
他慷慨陈词,猛烈抨击酗酒的罪恶。