(p. 350) I think all these perorations had a very salutary effect.
On concluding his perorations, Tammas sent his snuff-mull round, but we had our own way of passing him a vote of thanks.
It will be much better to talk this matter over in a plain matter-of-fact way without indulging in any perorations.
He eschewed the studied exordiums and perorations, once so much in vogue, and which the rhetorician's rules teach how to make.
In the course of a sermon he will give you three or four perorations, and sometimes wind up without treating you to one.
His perorations were marvellously glowing and used to thrill me to the very marrow.
He admired Mr. Bradlaugh's perorations immensely, as well as his bold defence of Freethought.
A group of papers that get into every hand in the country, permeate every brain—that's worth a year of perorations and lobbying.
Even envoys and embassadors won causes for their States by paragraphs, citations, perorations in the manner of the ancients.
This peroration, as is usual in perorations, is in favor of the parties speaking it, and ad conciliandum auditorem.