We”ve been invited to Rachel and Jamie”s wedding – speaking of which, did you know that they”re moving to New York?
Speaking as (= with my experience as) a mother of four, I can tell you that children are exhausting.
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Janet is speaking for the motion (= trying to persuade the people listening that the idea is good) and Peter is speaking against (it) (= trying to persuade them that it is bad).
The whole robbery spoke of (= made it seem that there had been) inside knowledge on the part of the criminals.
The verbs speak and talk both generally mean ‘say words’, but there are some small differences in how they are used. Speak is more formal than talk. …
Speaking is used with adverbs ending in -ly to show that you are talking from a particular point of view:
Strictly speaking, stuttering is a symptom, not a disease, but the term stuttering usually refers to both the disorder and symptom.
The exclusivity of our modes of awareness (why we cannot, strictly speaking, see hotness) stems from the exclusivity or distinctiveness of sensory states themselves.
Generally speaking, high-quality decorative carving requires as much, and sometimes more, technical proficiency as sculptural carving.
As the example shows, the speaking aspect of a prosopopeia is essential in describing a personification character”s essential status.
The very act of speaking signifies their own unmanliness, their distance from the silence as reserve that marks true manhood.
By the narrator, we assume, though elsewhere the question of who is speaking will receive no reliable answer.