from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The art, skill or science of speech or language.
- n. grammar
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The art or science of language; grammar.
The construction and content of this - to my ears - mirrored the King/X speechcraft.
And the speechcraft and even the ideas within are remarkably similar.
Kathleen Parker's ride on Air Force One should tide her over for a few more bailouts and The One's speechcraft should give Peggy Noonan plenty to praise for the foreseeable future, so the smart money's on Brooks.
Last night's news coverage, at its best, added nuance and context and a sense of consequence to the statecraft and speechcraft that was Obama's articulation of his war strategy.
Naomi Long for her speechcraft and fluent (and combative) contributions to Assembly debates.
” This she did several times, muttering to herself, “On the breath, dear child, on the breath,” in imitation of her speechcraft instructor, whom she greatly admired.