elocutionary

[ el-uh-kyoo-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF elocutionary

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His sermon was eloquent and literary, and it was delivered with elocutionary power.

He had elocutionary gifts, had Mr. Allison, and flaunted them.

Their elocutionary powers are shown on the stage as well as the platform.

Do not imagine for a moment that I advocate the neglect of elocutionary graces.

This elocutionary power was not gained without much care and diligent labor.

Mr. Opp abruptly descended from his elocutionary flight, and asked to be excused for a few moments.

He's so highly satisfied with his elocutionary graces that he thinks he has nothing more to learn.

All the tragedies are in rhyme, and that of the very worst description for elocutionary effect.

“We were speaking of Sappho,” observed Crane, again gliding into an elocutionary mood.

As he stood in that elocutionary attitude, friends, this is just the way that speech went.

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