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.
British Dictionary definitions for declamation
Word Origin and History for declamation
late 14c., from Latin declamationem (nominative declamatio), noun of action from past participle stem of declamare (see declaim).