v. ораторствувати, просторікувати
and she was indignant at the evil tongues which, under the cover of a funeral oration, recalled the shootings and bank failures in his country.
Handing Ikonin a copy of Cicero's Orations, he bid him translate.
For him, that had been a notable oration-and a fine display of the trained memory expected among preliterates.
Then, in an oration, he firmly addressed the sea and claimed all lands it broke on for the crown of Spain .
I also salute the fact that you began the draft constitution with a quotation from Pericles' funeral oration.
Out of that dialogue came the most famous statement of Renaissance values: Pico's Oration on Human Dignity.
His great oration was like pearls before swine.
Antony's funeral oration is the dramatic centerpiece of Caesar.
CONFERENCE OF INFANTILE ORATION LEE'S SUMMIT, MISSOURI
First of all, it's an oration, it's not a final.
an instance of oratory: oratory, peroration