elocutionist

  • 1Elocutionist — El o*cu tion*ist, n. One who is versed in elocution; a teacher of elocution. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2elocutionist — elocution ► NOUN 1) the skill of clear and expressive speech, especially of distinct pronunciation and articulation. 2) a particular style of speaking. DERIVATIVES elocutionist noun. ORIGIN Latin, from eloqui speak out …

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  • 3elocutionist — noun see elocution …

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  • 4elocutionist — See elocutionary. * * * …

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  • 5elocutionist — noun Someone who practices or teaches elocution …

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  • 6elocutionist — el·o cu·tion·ist || ‚elÉ™ kjuːʃənɪst n. expert in elocution, expert in the art of public speaking …

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  • 7elocutionist — el·o·cu·tion·ist …

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  • 8elocutionist — noun a public speaker trained in voice production and gesture and delivery • Derivationally related forms: ↑elocution • Hypernyms: ↑orator, ↑speechmaker, ↑rhetorician, ↑public speaker, ↑speechifier …

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  • 9Alexander Graham Bell — Infobox Person name = Alexander Graham Bell image size = 225px caption = Portrait of Alexander Graham Bell c. 1910 birth date = 3 March 1847 birth place = Edinburgh, Scotland, UK death date = death date and age|1922|8|2|1847|3|3|df=y death place …

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  • 10Alexander Melville Bell — (March 1, 1819 ndash; August 7, 1905), teacher and father of Alexander Graham Bell (the inventor of the telephone), was born in Edinburgh, Scotland.He studied under and became the principal assistant of his father, Alexander Bell, an authority on …

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  • 11James Sheridan Knowles — (* 12. Mai 1784 in Cork, Irland; † 30. November 1862 in Torquay, Grafschaft Devon, England) war ein irischer Schauspieler und dramatischer Dichter …

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  • 13Alexander technique — Al·ex·an·der technique .al ig zan dər n, often cap T a technique for positioning and moving the body that is believed to reduce tension Alexander Frederick Matthias (1869 1955) Australian elocutionist. By the 1890s Alexander had established… …

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  • 14reader — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. peruser; critic; elocutionist; proofreader; lecturer, prelector; textbook, anthology. See printing, teaching. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [One who reads habitually] Syn. bookworm, bibliophile, editor, book… …

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  • 15elocution — noun Etymology: Middle English elocucioun, from Latin elocution , elocutio, from eloqui Date: 15th century 1. a style of speaking especially in public 2. the art of effective public speaking • elocutionary adjective • elocutionist noun …

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