They'll orate over him, and they'll get frightfully cross for a fortnight, and then they'll do nothing.
We do not all want to sing or all want to orate or all want to paint.
He was a good talker; he spoke many languages; he could orate with fluency and skilful guile.
He longed to orate about the woman who had his heart; yet she was the one topic that must be shirked.
Tamburlaine and the other mighty kings, emperors and captains have little skill in converse; when they speak they orate.
Odd how Silomio's colleagues in late Ministry find business elsewhere when he rises to orate.
Diligite inimicos vestros, orate pro calumniantibus et persequentibus vos.
Thornberry seemed ready to orate for an hour, but Bennington stopped him with a gesture.
Then the lawyer with the black beard arose and began to orate.
Anyway, he got ten days, and he was due in three days to orate for Siwash against the whole Northwest.