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Abdicate
to procliam away; to renounce formally a throne or high office
The king abdicated all of his belongings, something i would never do.
addict
to speak to or to sentence onself; to give oneself habitually or compulsively to something.
Contradict
to speak against
dictate
to speak or read something aloud to be recorded by another; to give orders or commands.
dictator
one whose speech is to be taken as the final word; one who orders others around
dictatorial
speaking and acting ina domineering or oppressive way.
diction
choice of words in speaking or writing
dictionary
a book containing the words of a language
dictum
a formal and authoritative statement
edict
a speaking out
jurisdiction
the right to interpret and apply the law
predict
to speak beforehand
valedictorian
a student, usually of the highest scholastic standing, who gives the farewell speech at commencement.
analogous
similar in some ways but not in others
analogy
resemblance in some particulars between things otherwise unlike.
apology
a speech expressing regret for a fault or offense
dialogue
speech between two or more people
doxology
a hymn or expression of praise to God
epilogue
a speech directed to the audience at the conclusion of a play.
monologue
a speech by one person
prologue
a speech before a play
travelogue
a speech or film about travel