The culmination of a speech is in its peroration; of a poem in its incorporated envoi.
The peroration was magnificent, though difficult to remember, you know.
This peroration, as is usual in perorations, is in favor of the parties speaking it, and ad conciliandum auditorem.
You may parody the great statesman's peroration, and say, 'Where the King cannot enter, he can.'
The peroration of the Art of War is an appeal to either prince or republic.
He felt anew what he had felt and seen, and he could not give any verve to the peroration of his sermon.
The peroration is said to have been one of the most animated and magnificent ever heard in Parliament.
His arm remained extended aloft as if to sustain his peroration.
No exordium; no peroration; no flight into empyrean heights of eloquence as was the wont of Mr. G.
I can only give some few sentences taken at haphazard from the peroration.