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.