Definition of Elocutionists

1. Noun. (plural of elocutionist) ¹



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Definition of Elocutionists

1. elocutionist [n] - See also: elocutionist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Elocutionists

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Literary usage of Elocutionists

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1. Werner's Magazine: A Magazine of Expression by Music Teachers National Association (1901)
"THE fourth annual convention of the Ohio State Association of elocutionists was held Oct. 5, 1900, at Sandusky. Attendance was large, many different parts ..."

2. Choosing Employees by Mental and Physical Tests by William Fretz Kemble, ( (1917)
"Application to laborers, piece-workers, piano polishers, weavers, watch-makers, typists, pianists, elocutionists, saleswomen, and models. ..."

3. Choosing Employees by Mental and Physical Tests by William Fretz Kemble (1917)
"Application to laborers, piece-workers, piano polishers, weavers, watch-makers, typists, pianists, elocutionists, saleswomen, and models. ..."

4. Select Readings for Public and Private Entertainment ...: Accompanied by by L T Remlap (1886)
"... but a demand for good elocutionists, capable of instituting an intelligent inquiry into the meaning of an author; and, having obtained it, ..."

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