Definition of 'oratory'
Example sentences containing 'oratory'
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I think that the base of Ellis ' power must have been his pulpit oratory, but I cannot speak of it as I never heard him preach. TESTIMONIES (2002)Standing up so that I would know to prepare for oratory genius, he had jumped straight into one as we sat in St Pete's one night. THE MANANA MAN (2002)
Trends of 'oratory'
Used Occasionally. oratory is one of the 30000 most commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Translations for 'oratory'
British English: oratory NOUN
Oratory is the art of making formal speeches which strongly affect people's feelings and beliefs.
He displayed determination as well as powerful oratory.
Definition of oratory from the Collins English Dictionary
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