Master the text, and consider the whole from an elocutionist's point of view before you attack the musical side of the matter.
A woman with stringy hair and an elocutionist's mouth, grew dramatic as he passed.
For the art of making your voice heard, I must refer you to an elocutionist.
Miss Carrie was an elocutionist and had even recited on the stage.
Miss Brown, the elocutionist, ranks as one of the finest in the country.
A young performer, vocalist or elocutionist, is often introduced at a luncheon.
As an elocutionist, he is, without doubt, the first on the anti-slavery platform.
An elocutionist of note read aloud one of the author's poems.
"Wal, I don't profess to be any elocutionist," Salters said.
He must get an elocutionist to give him lessons upon two or three points.
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).