- deckle edge,
- declamping phenomenon,
- declaration of independence
Origin of declamation
Examples from the Web for declamation
If you think you can impress me with heroics and declamation, please correct yourself at once.A Man's Woman|Frank Norris
But this is a natural growth under the influence of two publics, the Greek and the Roman, notably fond of declamation and oratory.The Dramatic Values in Plautus|Wilton Wallace Blancke
Rolf stopped, quite excited with the declamation of his favorite charade.Uncle Titus and His Visit to the Country|Johanna Spyri
There is one side of music which I am convinced has never been fully studied, namely, the relation between it and declamation.Critical & Historical Essays|Edward MacDowell
Declamation and sophistry are made comparatively harmless by running in a thousand conflicting currents.
late 14c., from Latin declamationem (nominative declamatio), noun of action from past participle stem of declamare (see declaim).