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How to use oratorically in a sentence

Steadying himself by one of the quarter stanchions, he waved his right hand oratorically towards the sinking coast.
THE CRUSADE OF THE EXCELSIORBRET HARTE
He had, he says, “fought with beasts (oratorically) in divers arenas.”
DICKENSADOLPHUS WILLIAM WARD
He waved his hand oratorically as he spoke, and tipped the ink-bottle off the arm of the chair.
THE SIMPKINS PLOTGEORGE A. BIRMINGHAM
Arthur Dayson rolled oratorically on in defence of the man whom yesterday he had attacked.
HILDA LESSWAYSARNOLD BENNETT
I thank Heaven that Im not a vain man, said the Canon, somewhat oratorically.
THE BISHOP'S APRONW. SOMERSET MAUGHAM
I take the liberty of making the remark, as one who has fought with beasts (oratorically) in divers arenas.
THE LETTERS OF CHARLES DICKENSCHARLES DICKENS
No two oratorically-disposed gentlemen, well wound up, ever disturb a chat in a corner, further than mere shouting goes.
IT NEVER CAN HAPPEN AGAINWILLIAM DE MORGAN
"There, beyond the camps," said Bonaparte, waving his hand oratorically toward the stone-walled ostrich-camps.
THE STORY OF AN AFRICAN FARM(AKA RALPH IRON) OLIVE SCHREINER
"You are a low-minded, mercenary creature," said O'Shea, oratorically.
ONE OF THEMCHARLES JAMES LEVER
Men aim to speak earnestly and convincingly, but not oratorically.
THE LAST HARVESTJOHN BURROUGHS

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