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Lecture

Synonyms for lecture:

Sense 1

prepare, Forewarn, Prelection, ticking off, whispering campaign, recrimination, warn, brickbat, telling-off, Familiarize, inaugurate, commemorate, portend, criticism, pound into, pass down, slam, Prelect, unveil, review, warn away, awaken to, brainwash, stricture, Homeschool, reeducate, perorate, harangue, allocution, barb, hatchet job, diatribe, Pot shot, putdown, tongue-lashing, admonition, bum rap, tirade, warn off, denunciation, peroration.

Sense 2

objection, attack, force feed, oration, whack, broadside, reproach, socialize, parade, indictment, sideswipe, tip off, equip, caution.

Sense 3

class, bespeak, blast, demonstrate, hand down, assault, mainstream, piety, tune, whistle.

Sense 4

introduce, deliver, serve, tilt, induct, break in.

Sense 5

alert, examine, initiate, groom.

Sense 6

expose, give, get through.

Sense 7

qualify.

Sense 14

ground, fit.

Sense 27

take.

Sense 33

set.

address

Salutatory.

apostrophize

soliloquize.

declaim

hold forth, harangue.

dialogue

discourse.

discipline

punish.

discourse

sermon, declamation.

lesson

homily.

moralize

moralize.

reproach

upbraid.

revile

tongue-lash.

sermonize

moralize.

speak

orate.

teach

pound into, teach.

Other synonyms and related words:

get to, chastise, torment, discourse, moralize, get at, jaw, manner of speaking, brickbat, talking to, cane, blab, vex, crush, expatiate, baste, razz, recrimination, blab out, flay, tantalise, crucify, punish, upbraid, censure, welt, natter, socialize, tirade, beat out, introduce, trounce, homily, underdress, language, reproach, perorate, stir, lecturing, beat, allocution, masticate, rattle on, COD, criminate, take, harangue, spill, bespeak, berate, spoken language, speech communication, rebuke, tongue-lash, peach, nettle, hold forth, tantalize, chew out, speech, remonstrate, criticism, annoy, hammer, prepare, declaim, tease, admonition, whistle, have words, gravel, grouch, nark, call on the carpet, bother, oration, chew up, reprimand, Prelection, sing, bawl out, call down, warn, flog, oral communication, chew, indictment, unveil, dun, grumble, dress down, blast, spoken communication, attack, voice communication, yack away, vanquish, diatribe, piety, slash, scold, rag, bedevil, telling-off, twit, rile, verbalise, claver, qualify, chide, point out, babble out, Prelect, lambast, portend, lather, barb, lambaste, delivery, give, fit, reproof, taunt, sermon, lash, descant, frustrate, bait, confab, assault, yap away, talking, mouth, confabulate, address, class, arouse, set, castigate, chaffer, chat, conjure, irritate, public lecture, tongue-lashing, reeducate, declamation, peroration, chafe, verbalize, gossip, deliver.

Sense 1 (noun)

discourse, commemorate, give, inaugurate, deliver, parade.

Sense 2 (noun)

diatribe, criticism, attack, denunciation, oration, declamation, Prelection, allocution.

Sense 3 (noun)

Forewarn, portend, caution, whistle, tip off, warn, warn off, alert.

communication (noun)

talk, public lecture.

discourse (noun)

declamation.

lecture (noun)

reprimand, have words, public lecture, lambaste, rag, remonstrate, speech, jaw, talking to, chew out, lambast, dress down, berate, chide, bawl out, scold, rebuke, lecturing, chew up, talk, trounce, reproof.

lesson, speech (noun)

discourse, address, harangue, oration, allocution, talk.

sermon (noun)

homily.

speech (noun)

Prelection, oration.

speech of criticism (noun)

reprimand, reproof, sermon, rebuke, censure.

communication (verb)

talk.

criticize lengthily (verb)

flay, berate, moralize, preach, chide, scold.

give a lesson, speech (verb)

teach, orate, deliver, speak, Prelect, recite, hold forth, declaim.

speak (verb)

orate, voice, recite, speak, chitchat, preach, jabber, chatter, talk, remark, patter, gab, prattle, debate, hold forth, discuss, vocalize, say, babble, tattle.

teach (verb)

teach, indoctrinate, educate, coach, drill, instill, tutor, edify, imbue, train, guide, instruct, enlighten, inculcate, school.

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