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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of speechify.

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Examples

  • It falls to the French director Rachid Bouchareb to make what is, so far, the only substantial feature specifically on 7/7, and he brings to the subject an outsider's view – very different, I suspect, from how a self-consciously speechified, British-made drama might look.

    London River

  • As he speechified his way toward Washington, Lincoln invoked “Divine Providence,” “the Providence of God,” “that God who has never forsaken this people,” “the Divine Power, without whose aid we can do nothing,” “that Supreme Being who has never forsaken this favored land,” “the Maker of the Universe,” and “Almighty God.”

    The Chosen Peoples

  • Amazingly, Paul Giamotti is actually too handsome to give a true to life portrayal of good old JA, but when he got up in the pulpit and speechified about natural rights and liberties I actually got choked up a bit.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • They circle-danced and sang, speechified and prayed and stood up to bulldozers and bullets.

    Reverend Billy: Avatar and the Commons

  • As he speechified his way toward Washington, Lincoln invoked “Divine Providence,” “the Providence of God,” “that God who has never forsaken this people,” “the Divine Power, without whose aid we can do nothing,” “that Supreme Being who has never forsaken this favored land,” “the Maker of the Universe,” and “Almighty God.”

    The Chosen Peoples

  • As he speechified his way toward Washington, Lincoln invoked “Divine Providence,” “the Providence of God,” “that God who has never forsaken this people,” “the Divine Power, without whose aid we can do nothing,” “that Supreme Being who has never forsaken this favored land,” “the Maker of the Universe,” and “Almighty God.”

    The Chosen Peoples

  • This one, in support of the Loyalist cause in Spain, featured the reading of “a bitter antiwar play,” after which Donald Ogden Stewart speechified, “exhorting those there to make movies with meaning: ‘Let us have no more million-dollar revolving staircases … but let us have some simple truths, as we have had tonight … on a bare stage, against nothing but a plain background.’”

    Toiling in the Dream Factory

  • This one, in support of the Loyalist cause in Spain, featured the reading of “a bitter antiwar play,” after which Donald Ogden Stewart speechified, “exhorting those there to make movies with meaning: ‘Let us have no more million-dollar revolving staircases … but let us have some simple truths, as we have had tonight … on a bare stage, against nothing but a plain background.’”

    Toiling in the Dream Factory

  • Doubtless Richardson gave some thought as to how how he would have speechified in that make-or-break address.

    Updates On The Richardson Endorsement

  • Reagan speechified his way into the White House with chants of: “We're the Greatest Nation on God's Green Earth!”

    Saving the American Left: The Case for a New Progressive Creed

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