Thesaurus / oratory
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Their public speakers cultivate a particular branch of oratory.

The Indian in his WigwamHenry R. Schoolcraft

I will to my oratory and pray for her, since to aid her by hand and head is alike denied to me.

The Fair Maid of PerthSir Walter Scott

When night fell, oratory was again rampant in all parts of the city.

Presently she heard voices in the passage which divided the Oratory from Harriet's room.

Oratory flowed on an ever rising tide, accompanied by much violent gesticulation and expectoration by way of emphasis.

Carmen ArizaCharles Francis Stocking

To Polyhymnia belonged that harmony of voice and gesture which gives a perfection to oratory and poetry.

Granted; then there are two species of oratory; the one a flattery, another which has a real regard for the citizens.

GorgiasPlato

But this is a natural growth under the influence of two publics, the Greek and the Roman, notably fond of declamation and oratory.

The Dramatic Values in PlautusWilton Wallace Blancke

His obvious, unaffected enjoyment of his own oratory should be infectious; but isn't.

It is in the application of these two laws that the entire practice of the art of oratory consists.

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