orator

[ awr-uh-ter, or- ]SEE DEFINITION OF orator

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The orator of Guayana to be impressive must be long, however little he may have to say.

I wager that for this you would think me too an orator of a hundred parts.

With that he was poet, troubadour, orator, as well as very eccentric and attractive.

As an orator too, his first appearance in the House of Commons was a failure.

Madden was about to answer that he didn't know, when the orator went on.

Charles Bonaparte, Prince of Canino, was prominent as an orator.

I'm no orator, mates, it's the flesh and blood in me that's speakin', it's the heart o' me.

Daniel Webster, the celebrated American statesman, jurist, and orator.

Such an orator as he is who is possessed of them, you and I would fain become.

"The genuine Irish orator's mouth," thought Mrs. Carriswood.

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