Definition of Elocuting
1. elocute [v] - See also: elocute
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Elocuting
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Literary usage of Elocuting
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings by National Speech Arts Association (1893)
"It was said that you were going to have a tourney of elocuting here at this Convention that it will be worth going miles to hear; and I should be glad to ..."
2. The Ratification of the Federal Constitution by the State of New York by Clarence Eugene Miner (1921)
"If his elocuting is hesitating, it is still eloquent; and the exertions of his mind exhibit a man formed for investigations and debate. ..."
3. The Speaker's Garland: Comprising 100 Choice Selections by Phineas Garrett (1897)
"It was too ludicrous to depict,—the professor, an indistinct white object, standing on the chair " elocuting," at ..."
4. The Century Book for Young Americans: Showing how a Party of Boys and Girls by Elbridge Streeter Brooks, Sons of the American Revolution (1894)
"... where older orators had spoken glowing words, Jack, with his usual facility at “elocuting,” as the boys called it, recited part of O'Hara's noble lines ..."
5. The Ohio Educational Monthly: A Journal of School and Home Education by Ohio State Teachers Association (1869)
"... and turn it into a grand " elocuting " carnival, but thanks to the pluck of the chairman of the executive committee, the danger was averted. ..."