|EXPAND YOUR VERB POWER
The correct answer is speak.
A. display rage
B. estimate value
The correct answer is (D) To speak (often pompously or pretentiously); to deliver an oration; to make a speech; to hold forth in a bombastic style; to declaim.
Orate comes from Latin orare (to pray)
Examples of use:
- The students idled impatiently while their professor orated.
- He had the opportunity each Sunday to orate on a subject of his choosing.