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A long and formal treatment of a subject, in speech or writing; lecture; treatise; dissertation
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  1. A long and formal treatment of a subject, in speech or writing; lecture; treatise; dissertation
  2. A formal, lengthy treatment of a subject, either written or spoken.
  3. Communication of ideas, information, etc., esp. by talking; conversation
A name or number used in information storage or retrieval assigned to or identifying a specific memory location.
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  1. A name or number used in information storage or retrieval assigned to or identifying a specific memory location.
  2. The location at which a particular organization or person may be found or reached:
  3. A description of the location of a person or organization, as written or printed on mail as directions for delivery:
Empty speech or unnecessary discussion:
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  1. Empty speech or unnecessary discussion:
  2. Something, such as the sounds of animals, felt to resemble human talk:
  3. Hearsay, rumor, or speculation:
A sharp reprimand
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  1. A sharp reprimand
  2. An expression of strong disapproval.
A scolding; a dressing-down.
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  1. A scolding; a dressing-down.
  2. A rebuke or reprimand
  3. (Informal) A rebuke; scolding
A sound scolding
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  1. A sound scolding
  2. (Idiomatic) A reprimand or rarely, a thrashing.
  3. A severe scolding.
To utter or pronounce words:
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  1. To utter or pronounce words:
  2. To speak about or discuss (something) or give expression to (something):
  3. To speak emptily or trivially; chatter
To produce words by means of sounds; talk:
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  1. To produce words by means of sounds; talk:
  2. To utter words with the ordinary voice; talk
  3. To express in words; tell:
To set forth point by point; state in detail
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  1. To set forth point by point; state in detail
  2. To make known or set forth; present:
  3. To explain or interpret; clarify
To reprimand or criticize harshly and usually angrily.
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  1. To reprimand or criticize harshly and usually angrily.
  2. To use abusive language habitually
  3. To express harsh or angry disapproval to someone.
To rebuke severely or formally
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  1. To rebuke severely or formally
  2. To reprove (someone) severely, especially in a formal or official way.
To inform or remind, by way of a warning
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  1. To inform or remind, by way of a warning
  2. To remind (someone) of something forgotten or disregarded, as an obligation or a responsibility.
  3. To counsel (another) against something to be avoided or warn (that something is dangerous):
To express disapproval.
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  1. To express disapproval.
  2. To scold; now, usually, to reprove mildly
  3. To scold mildly so as to correct or improve; reprimand:
(Idiomatic) To lecture, berate, admonish, or hold somebody accountable for his or her actions.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To lecture, berate, admonish, or hold somebody accountable for his or her actions.
To reprove sharply; reproach.
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  1. To reprove sharply; reproach.
  2. To rebuke severely or bitterly; censure sharply
(Idiomatic, US) To lecture, scold, reprimand, or rebuke.
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The manner or bearing of a person, especially in conversation.
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  1. The manner or bearing of a person, especially in conversation.
  2. The location at which a particular organization or person may be found or reached:
  3. A description of the location of a person or organization, as written or printed on mail as directions for delivery:
The procedure by which a guilty plea can be accepted in a criminal action. The process usually consists of a series of questions designed to assure the judge that the defendant understands the charges, is guilty of the crime he is accused of, understands the consequences of a guilty plea and that he is entitled to a trial, and is voluntarily entering the plea.
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  1. The procedure by which a guilty plea can be accepted in a criminal action. The process usually consists of a series of questions designed to assure the judge that the defendant understands the charges, is guilty of the crime he is accused of, understands the consequences of a guilty plea and that he is entitled to a trial, and is voluntarily entering the plea.
  2. The procedure during sentencing when a judge gives a convicted defendant the opportunity to make a personal statement on his own behalf to mitigate the punishment that is about to be imposed. The defendant does not have to be sworn before he makes his address, his comments are not subject to cross-examination, and the opportunity may include the right to offer evidence (such as an explanation for his conduct or a reason why severe sentence should not be imposed) beyond a request for mercy or an apology for his conduct.
  3. A formal and authoritative speech; an address.
A recitation delivered as an exercise in rhetoric or elocution.
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  1. A recitation delivered as an exercise in rhetoric or elocution.
  2. A speech marked by strong feeling; a tirade.
  3. A speech, poem, etc. that is or can be declaimed
A formal speech, especially one given on a ceremonial occasion.
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  1. A formal speech, especially one given on a ceremonial occasion.
  2. A speech delivered in a high-flown or pompous manner.
What is spoken or expressed, as in conversation; uttered or written words:
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  1. What is spoken or expressed, as in conversation; uttered or written words:
  2. A talk or address given to an audience
  3. That which is spoken; utterance, remark, statement, talk, conversation, etc.
Empty speech or unnecessary discussion:
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  1. Empty speech or unnecessary discussion:
  2. Something, such as the sounds of animals, felt to resemble human talk:
  3. Hearsay, rumor, or speculation:
To speak to or write to [to address an audience]
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  1. To speak to or write to [to address an audience]
  2. To direct (a spoken or written message) to the attention of:
  3. To mark with a destination:
To lecture or discourse in public.
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  1. To lecture or discourse in public.
To use or be able to use (a given language) in speaking
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  1. To use or be able to use (a given language) in speaking
  2. To convey a message by nonverbal means:
  3. (Archaic) To speak to; address
To request: bespeak a favor.
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  1. To request: bespeak a favor.
  2. To be or give a sign of; indicate:
  3. (Archaic) To speak to; address
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