Definition of Elocuted
1. elocute [v] - See also: elocute
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Elocuted
elocuted (current term)
Literary usage of Elocuted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Books in General by John Collings Squire (1921)
"... of sticking to historical record, is strongly reminiscent of the Hardy production ; so also is his plan of linking the scenes up with elocuted choruses. ..."
2. Comic History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Death of Alexander by Charles McCoy Snyder (1897)
"At last Achilles had elocuted almost the entire Trojan army, and, the remainder retiring within the walls of the city, only Hector remained. ..."
3. Winona's Way: A Story of Reconstruction by Margaret Widdemer (1919)
"She's studying elocution, and she elocuted that to Edith and me all one evening. Everybody's planning to do something or other." " I suppose we're growing ..."