|speak out vigorously||tub-thump|
|,, loud cry, pay for food or drink, say something loudly, speak loudly, turn to pay, yell, scream, call out loudly||shout|
|ability to speak language, effortless clear expression, quality of being fluent, ability to speak and write easily, eloquence, articulateness; gracefulness; fluidness||fluency|
|able to speak with ease, articulate, eloquent, able to read and write with ease; graceful; fluid, flowing, effortlessly expressed, smoothly flowing||fluent|
|able to speak, coherent, communicate something, eloquent, express in an articulate manner, join to allow movement, jointed, member of the Articulata, animal belonging to a subdivision of animals whose bodies and limbs are composed of segments jointed t...||articulate|
|able to speak; involving speech; expressive; lifelike, realistic, able to use specified language, apparently real, eloquent, talking||speaking|
|act as an agent on behalf of a person or organization; symbolize, stand for; depict, represent, portray, act for another officially, act or speak for another, be equivalent of something, be present somewhere, depict somebody on stage, depict something ...||represent|
|act in a confused way, gross error, stupid mistake, make a serious mistake, make a stupid mistake; move back and forth in a clumsy manner, move blindly, grope, move clumsily, speak in clumsy manner||blunder|
|act of bragging, something bragged about, exaggerate about oneself, desirable possession, excessively proud statement, possess something desirable, shape stone, speak proudly about possessions or accomplishments||boast|
|act of choking; throttle (in a car), artichoke, be too moved to speak, block passage or channel, fuel mixture regulator for engine, inedible central part of artichoke, lose nerve and falter, noise of choking, prevent breathing by constricting throat, p...||choke|
|act of raving, enthusiastic appraisal, extremely positive review or critique, enthusiastic praise, enthusiastic; of trend; of crazy or wild talk, give high praise, large-scale party, speak deliriously, talk frantically; rage, blow or crash violently (a...||rave|
|act of vigorously patting someone on the back or shoulder (display of friendship)||backslapping|
|act of wasting, destroy something, destroyed area, exhaust somebody, fail to use something, food remainder, for waste, garbage, get weak or ill, kill somebody, not needed, rejected from body, rock associated with a mineral, speak pointlessly about some...||waste|
|activity of dragging baited fishing line, amble about, drag baited line through water, fish by pulling the bait and line through the water; sing in a loud or fish by trailing a baited line through the water; speak or sing in a loud rolling manner; roll...||troll|
|actor who expresses himself through bodily movements and does not speak||mimer|
|add an apostrophe; pause and speak to (person who is not present, thing, etc.), address imaginary person||apostrophize|
|add fringes to something, insert yarn pieces in canvas, monotonous beat, say or speak monotonously, strum, strum a guitar; knock, tap steadily, thread end left on loom, yarn pieces added to canvas||thrum|
|advocate, endorse, speak well of; advise, suggest, endorse somebody or something, entrust one to another, make something appealing or attractive, suggest something as best idea||recommend|
|affront, offense, rude remark or action, be offensive, injury or an injuring agent, offensive words or action, show contempt, something showing contempt, speak or act in a rude or contemptuous manner, offend||insult|
|African tree, high-spirited, impudent, saucy, tending to speak in a rude or disrespectful manner (Informal), sasswood, sassy wood, stylish||sassy|
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