They make the Court an oracular interpreter of the 225-year-old Constitution that serves as the most basic American law.
Greenspan cultivated an oracular air, his utterances vague and technocratic yet hinting at shamanistic powers.
His comments are aphoristic or oracular, but often infused with wit.
In response to this oracular utterance, Rose merely bent lower over her plate.
And Marion delivered this speech with a most oracular and pretentious tone.
"Keeping in good condition is about three-fourths of war," said Obed in an oracular tone.
"You are neither of you right, as usual," said little Potts, in his oracular way.
“A deteckative acquires dexterity in the way of capturing up the criminal classes,” he said with oracular yet modest simplicity.
Margaret was oracular and mysterious, and looked like a thundercloud.
His method is gnomic, laconic, oracular; never persuasive or plausible.