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A deep silence ensues, and the poor child, whose debut in the elocutionary art it is, suddenly loses countenance.
This elocutionary power was not gained without much care and diligent labor.
They evidently considered the prayer merely as an elocutionary show-piece.
To appreciate the significance of elocutionary art, we have but to consider that all poetry and rhetoric need interpretation.
THE COLLECTORHENRY T. TUCKERMAN
Mr. Neidlinger builds his songs upon one393 guiding principle, that is, faithfulness to elocutionary accent and intonation.
As an elocutionary—or, rather, as a dramatic—display, it was looked forward to with the liveliest curiosity.
“We were speaking of Sappho,” observed Crane, again gliding into an elocutionary mood.
A FORTNIGHT OF FOLLYMAURICE THOMPSON
It shows that you are taking a deep interest in the game, and it makes the other players admire your elocutionary powers.
Tell it naturally and simply, as the folk-tellers did, not with studied and elaborate "elocutionary" effects.
CHILDREN'S LITERATURECHARLES MADISON CURRY
Either your Alma Mater is weak along lines of elocutionary training or you do it so little credit you never earned your diploma.
A SPECKLED BIRDAUGUSTA J. EVANS WILSON

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