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The sultan had demanded to know what a certain reverend owl was speechifying about to another owl distantly related to him.
Mme. Fortin was again at the door, speechifying in the midst of a group with indefatigable volubility.
OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEYEMILE GABORIAU
I presume that I shall next hear that he has left the plough to resume the pen and speechifying.
A great celebration took place, and there was much bouquet handing and speechifying, etc.
FANNY GOES TO WARPAT BEAUCHAMP
Dry work, this speechifying; especially to an unpractised orator.
My own son had taken upon himself this new work of public speechifying in direct opposition to his own father!
THE FIXED PERIODANTHONY TROLLOPE
I say, dad, what do you think is the news about the seedy-looking fellow you treated by mistake to all that speechifying?
THE ASTONISHING HISTORY OF TROY TOWNSIR ARTHUR THOMAS QUILLER-COUCH
We try and have a good time of it, and leave it to the politicians and skallywags to do the speechifying and bunkum!
FRITZ AND ERICJOHN CONROY HUTCHESON
Before I has been speechifying to him more than a minute I can tell he's getting interested and he begs me for to continue.
J. POINDEXTER, COLOREDIRVIN SHREWSBURY COBB
She had a baby in her arms, and was pensively listening to her husband who, hot with anger, was speechifying not very far off.

WORDS RELATED TO SPEECHIFYING

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lackadaisicaladjective | [lak-uh-dey-zi-kuhl ]SEE DEFINITION