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How to use elocutionist in a sentence

Then a humorist told some of his own funny stories and an elocutionist recited a bit from Shakespeare effectively.
THE CAMPFIRE GIRLS OF ROSELAWNMARGARET PENROSE
Imagine me teaching Greek or preaching in the ParkPhil is a preacher, of course, and an elocutionist.
TESSA WADSWORTH'S DISCIPLINEJENNIE M. DRINKWATER
Mrs. Wilson's come-down at this point was an example of a solemn warning to the elocutionist who breaks out of bounds.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
The very best student elocutionist has, on leaving college, but a theoretic knowledge of the art of preaching.
THE YOUNG PRIEST'S KEEPSAKEMICHAEL PHELAN
There was nothing of the schools, nor of the studied elocutionist in his manner.
THE LIFE OF JOHN TAYLORB. H. ROBERTS
An elocutionist of note read aloud one of the author's poems.
JOHN GREENLEAF WHITTIERW. SLOANE KENNEDY
Unfortunately for Anne, a professional elocutionist was staying at the hotel and had consented to recite.
ANNE OF GREEN GABLESLUCY MAUD MONTGOMERY
In enumerating his accomplishments Benedict had omitted those of amateur actor and elocutionist.
THE PRUSSIAN TERRORALEXANDRE DUMAS
The reciter and the elocutionist of late have done much to rob us of this which is one of the finest of the fine arts.
THE VOICE AND SPIRITUAL EDUCATIONHIRAM CORSON
At last a clever and charming elocutionist, who had long wished to get himself on the stage, heard of it and asked to see it.
LITERARY FRIENDS AND ACQUAINTANCESWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
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WORDS RELATED TO ELOCUTIONIST

  • after-dinner speaker
  • announcer
  • elocutionist
  • keynoter
  • lecturer
  • mouth
  • mouthpiece
  • orator
  • public speaker
  • rhetorician
  • speechmaker
  • spokesman
  • spokesperson
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