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acid sharp or cutting in speech. [1/4 definitions]
address a formal speech or talk. [1/6 definitions]
assertive forward or aggressive in speech or action.
auditorium a large room or building where people gather for a performance or speech.
babble speech that is foolish or has no point; chatter. [1/5 definitions]
chatter quick, foolish speech. [1/5 definitions]
comma a punctuation mark (,). It is used to separate words, phrases, or other parts of a sentence or list, or to show a pause in speech. It is also used when writing numbers of one thousand or greater to mark off groups of three digits.
consonant a sound in a language made by stopping or restricting the flow of air through the mouth using speech organs such as the tongue, teeth, or lips. The sounds represented by the letters "d," "k," "b," "s," and "m" are examples of consonants in English. [1/2 definitions]
curt rudely short or brief in speech.
dash a punctuation mark (--). It is used to show a break in speech or thought. [1/8 definitions]
delivery the way in which speech is said or a song is sung. [1/2 definitions]
discuss to consider in writing or speech. [1/2 definitions]
drawl the sounds or speech of one who drawls. [1/2 definitions]
dumb not having the power of speech; without a voice. [1/3 definitions]
explain to make clear in speech or writing; show in detail. [1/3 definitions]
explanation the act or process of making clear in speech or writing.
figure of speech words used in an unusual way to produce a certain effect. Metaphors and similes are figures of speech.
insolent rude, arrogant, or not showing respect in speech or behavior.
lecture a long speech given to warn or scold another. [1/4 definitions]
letter a written mark that stands for a speech sound; specific character of an alphabet. [1/3 definitions]
lip either of the upper or lower edges of flesh that circle the mouth and are used in speech. [1/3 definitions]