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From that time forth he became known as an orator, and now stands second to no living man as a declaimer.
He took it with a modest declaimer and turned to the readjustment of his saddle which had been displaced during the rescue.
One may be a great orator, according to the usual acceptation of the term "great," and yet be only a declaimer and a rhetorician.
Baby merely gurgled, and Poppylinda essayed to climb the declaimer's skirts.
MISSYDANA GATLIN
A worn-out sinner is sometimes found to make 25 the best declaimer against sin.
Lagrange was at once a popular and chivalrous declaimer, who expressed true sentiments in a forced voice.
James was a verbose and ornate declaimer; Philip was a close, cogent reasoner, without any attempt at elegance or display.
Reddening, he put forth the usual declaimer of honorable intention with the glib tongue of passion.
One really talked better standing up, and the gestures of the orator or declaimer only gained a more ample scope.
VIE DE BOHMEORLO WILLIAMS
He is a better declaimer than reasoner—has a stronger flow of imagination than logic.

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