allocution[ al-uh-kyoo-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF allocution
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To this allocution the parliament replied with all servility.
After that allocution, no one, not even a sub-lieutenant, had the courage to empty his glass.
This allocution, pronounced by advocate Desmarais with every appearance of great tenderness, moved the people.
He began with an allocution pitched in a tone that would have justified revolt throughout empires.
What the effect of this allocution would have been, unsupported by favouring circumstances, it is difficult to say.
The allocution of his holiness shows that this consequence has not escaped his penetrating intellect.
It falls generally into the form of an allocution, even where it is descriptive.
This Allocution calls to mind Spainʼs last struggle with Mexico.
Pius IX., in his allocution of the 29th of April last, has explained himself fully.
He drew them up in two ranks facing each other, and began very deliberately with an allocution on the art of the bayonet.