Oratorically

oratorical

[awr-uh-tawr-i-kuhl, or-uh-tor-]
adjective
1.
of, pertaining to, or characteristic of an orator or oratory: His oratorical prowess has led to political success.
2.
given to oratory: an oratorical speaker.

Origin:
1610–20; orator, orator(y)1 + -ical

oratorically, adverb
semioratorical, adjective
semioratorically, adverb
superoratorical, adjective
superoratorically, adverb
unoratorical, adjective
unoratorically, adverb
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oratory1 (ˈɒrətərɪ, -trɪ)
 
n
1.  the art of public speaking
2.  rhetorical skill or style
 
[C16: from Latin (ars) ōrātōria (the art of) public speaking]
 
ora'torical1
 
adj
 
ora'torically1
 
adv

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oratorical
1610s, from L. oratorius (see oratory (1)).
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