Definitions

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  • adv. In an oratorical manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an oratorical manner.

Etymologies

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oratorical +‎ -ly

Examples

  • But in the midst of it he felt impelled to make a speech, and raised his voice oratorically.

    Chapter III

  • Graham has some less oratorically skilled compatriots in exclusivity.

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  • And, to not entirely disappoint the left, the idea that the impressively articulate Ms. Palin will run against the oratorically-challenged President

    Celebrity Politics-The Politics of Celebrity

  • He should have waited another 8 years before running for POTUS, as just 4 years ago he was a little know Senator, whose only claim to fame was his oratorically electrifying address at the 2004 Dem Convention.

    Big Gay Rights Group Condemns Obama For Campaign Event With Antigay Singer

  • Morlock, however, is not given to huge rantypants oratorically declamatory scenery-chewing.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Given Obama's neverending flaying of everything his predecessor did while in office, one can only hope Bush 41 outlives Obama's term in office so that 41's family doesn't have to sit still for the cameras while President Obama delivers an oratorically adept but emotionally clinical eulogy.

    The emotional man.

  • I am afraid, too, that I myself felt more delight than I ought to have done in my own composition, and read a little more oratorically than I should have ventured to do before an auditor of whose applause I was not so secure.

    Chronicles of the Canongate

  • One of the most unprincipled and corrupt Palestinian leaders, Bassam Abu Sharif, writes a biographical anthology of lies about Yaser Arafat: a Palestinian leader as incompetent and as lousy as Hajj Amin Husayni and Ahmad Shuqayri--the latter was at least amusing and was oratorically gifted.

    Wednesday, April 30, 2008

  • A major reason why our current incumbent has been so unsuccessful is because he is oratorically impaired.

    We’re hiring a manager, not a spiritual adviser « BuzzMachine

  • Neither of the two candidates are a dream come true, but McCain is obviously the lesser of the two evils, no matter how composed and oratorically skilled Obama is.

    The first 100 days: What to expect in an Obama presidency

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