Definition of Perorators

1. perorator [n] - See also: perorator



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perorators

peroneus tertius
peroqua
peroquas
peroral
peroral endoscopy
perorally
perorate
perorated
perorates
perorating
peroration
perorational
perorations
perorator
perorators (current term)
perosamine
perosis
perospirone
perosseous
perovskite
perovskites
peroxi-
peroxid
peroxidase
peroxidase reaction
peroxidase stain
peroxidases
peroxidation

Literary usage of Perorators

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1. German Romance: Specimens of Its Chief Authors by Thomas Carlyle (1841)
"... Gymnasium to listen to, on the 14th of November, from the mouths of six well-conditioned perorators. In the first place, shall " Gottlieb ..."

2. Translations from the German by Thomas Carlyle, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Johann Karl August Musäus, Ludwig Tieck, Jean Paul (1858)
"... Gymnasium to listen to, on the 14th of November, from the mouths of six well-conditioned perorators. In the first place, shall " Gottlieb ..."

3. German Romance: Specimens of Its Chief Authors : with Biographical and by Thomas Carlyle, Ernst Theodor Amadeus Hoffmann, Friedrich Heinrich Karl La Motte-Fouqué, Johann Karl August Musäus, Jean Paul, Ludwig Tieck (1827)
"... Gymnasium to listen to, on the 14th of November, from the mouths of six well-conditioned perorators. In the first place, ..."

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