orating

[ aw-reyt, oh-reyt, awr-eyt, ohr-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF orating
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I remember her standing by the fire and orating, with her tea cup in her hand.

But their opportunity for orating is severely circumscribed.

I believe I'd rather see you orating on the streets, like Eliza Provost.

Douglass, was orating, two Irishmen passing by stopped and listened a few minutes, then started on.

If they don't practise the boys in the art of orating, don't you tell me there's an American citizen with a voice in that society.

When I hear you orating I realize I don't appreciate how profoundly you think and what a splendid brain and vocabulary you have.

They think only of orating, of overwhelming me with their reproaches, instead of aiding me to save the country.

Out under the tamaracks the stranger was orating, and punctuating his remarks with a finger tapping in a palm.

He was great at orating over dead men—especially dead "friends" (as he called his rivals) and dead enemies.

He grew more moderate in his orating and the girls, as critics, were better pleased.

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