Thesaurus / reciter
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So far as the reciter was concerned, they were absolutely insincere clap-trap.

How could they have got it fixed into their heads that she was a reciter?

Hilda LesswaysArnold Bennett

The reciter straightened up with a jerk as though coming to Attention.

When they part he returns home, and on the way his head becomes "wondrous sair:" seemingly a comment of the reciter.

It was a sort of chant, deep and earnest, which conveyed the impression that the reciter had the highest opinion of the poetry.

The “prelude” might be addressed to the presiding god of the festival, or to any local deity whom the reciter wished to honour.

He led a wandering life for the next two years, appearing less on the stage as an actor than as a reciter of his own poems.

The reciter threw into the recitation all the powers of his soul and gave vent to the sentiment.

Skald, an old Scandinavian poet, a reciter or singer of poems in praise of the Norse warriors and their deeds.

The Nuttall EncyclopaediaEdited by Rev. James Wood

Field did not sing with the quartet but as a fifth member acted as reader or reciter in their little entertainments.

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