orator definition

  • noun:
    • one that delivers an oration.
    • An eloquent and competent public speaker.
    • somebody who orates or delivers an oration.
    • an experienced and eloquent public speaker.
    • A public presenter; a person who provides an oration; specially, one distinguished for his skill and power as a public presenter; person who is eloquent.
    • In equity proceedings, person who prays for relief; a petitioner.
    • A plaintiff, or complainant, in a bill in chancery.
    • An officer who is the sound of this university upon all public events, just who writes, checks out, and documents all letters of a public nature, gift suggestions, with a suitable target, those people on whom honorary degrees are to be conferred, and performs various other like obligations; -- called in addition public orator.
    • A public presenter; a person who delivers an oration; somebody who pronounces a discourse publicly on some special event; a pleader or attorney.
    • An eloquent public speaker; one who is competent as a speaker; an eloquent man: since, he writes and reasons well, it is no orator.
    • A spokesman; an advocate; a defender; a person who defends by pleading; one who argues and only people or an underlying cause.
    • in-law, the plaintiff or petitioner in a bill or information in chancery.
    • An orationer; a petitioner; person who provides a prayer or petition.
    • An officer of English universities: start to see the quotation.
    • someone who delivers a speech or oration

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