Soap-box



noun
1.
Also, soap box. an improvised platform, as one on a street, from which a speaker delivers an informal speech, an appeal, or political harangue.
adjective
2.
of, relating to, or characteristic of a speaker or speech from a soapbox.
noun
1.
a box or crate for packing soap
2.
a crate used as a platform for speech-making
3.
a child’s homemade racing cart consisting of a wooden box set on a wooden frame with wheels and a steerable front axle
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