No year of college life should pass without contributing materially towards the elocutionary equipment of the future preacher.
He's so highly satisfied with his elocutionary graces that he thinks he has nothing more to learn.
He must have studied the subject a great deal, when you come to think of it, because he assumed an "elocutionary" attitude.
As she traveled she left in her wake a pyrotechnic display of elocutionary denunciation.
Mr. Opp abruptly descended from his elocutionary flight, and asked to be excused for a few moments.
He explained afterward that elocutionary effort taxes the strength severely, and makes hearty eating a necessity.
As he stood in that elocutionary attitude, friends, this is just the way that speech went.
Such elements lay there behind a substantial barrier of conventional stage machinery and elocutionary scaffolding.
It shows that you are taking a deep interest in the game, and it makes the other players admire your elocutionary powers.
Mr. Neidlinger builds his songs upon one393 guiding principle, that is, faithfulness to elocutionary accent and intonation.
mid-15c., from Late Latin elocutionem (nominative elocutio) "voice production, manner of expression," in classical Latin, "oratorical expression," noun of action from past participle stem of eloqui "speak out" (see eloquence).