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public speaker

noun as in orator

noun as in rhetorician

noun as in spokeswoman

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First, not a career as a scientist, but as a public speaker.

He is also a professional public speaker exclusively represented by Keppler Speakers in Alexandria, Virginia.

What Dell thought, according to Frink, was that Christensen “was a well-known comedian and public speaker.”

Moussa, a career diplomat and far more practiced public speaker, proved himself a master of verbal jujitsu.

A key TV debate Wednesday night favors Hollande, considered the better public speaker.

Good breathing is essential not only for the singer or the public speaker; it is essential for every teacher and for every pupil.

To be pushed forward as a magazine writer and a public speaker, both in one day, was too much for her comprehension.

The secret of Abraham Lincoln's power as a public speaker lay in his clear reasoning, simple statement, and apt illustration.

He had thought that Phineas was carrying on his trade as a public speaker with proper energy and continued success.

Here was a warm personality, a crusader eager to right human wrongs, and above all a matchless public speaker.


On this page you'll find 67 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to public speaker, such as: lecturer, preacher, lector, reciter, rhetorician, and sermonizer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.