declaimer[ dih-kleym ]SEE DEFINITION OF declaimer
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DECLAIMER
Baby merely gurgled, and Poppylinda essayed to climb the declaimer's skirts.
Motley came to Round Hill, as one of his schoolmates tells me, with a great reputation, especially as a declaimer.
There he was well-educated, especially in rhetoric, and acquired a reputation as a declaimer in Greek and Latin.
But the puritan declamation which pleased all the rest, disgusted young Hinkley, and increased his dislike for the declaimer.
Mr. H. said, he never was a declaimer in favor of what gentlemen meant by the rights of man.
One really talked better standing up, and the gestures of the orator or declaimer only gained a more ample scope.
From that time forth he became known as an orator, and now stands second to no living man as a declaimer.
One may be a great orator, according to the usual acceptation of the term "great," and yet be only a declaimer and a rhetorician.