Definition of 'oratorical'
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More foundation and less rhetoric, son, he would say, but Gregory found that his oratorical bombast impressed other people.THREE KINDS OF KISSING - SCOTTISH SHORT STORIES (2001)
Hornkast, he knew, was simply spouting standard rhetoric, oratorical noises of a sort that Valentine had had to endure all too often.VALENTINE PONTIFEX (2001)
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