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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishoratoror‧a‧tor /ˈɒrətə $ ˈɔːrətər, ˈɑː-/ noun [countable] formal  TALK/MAKE A SPEECHsomeone who is good at making speeches and persuading people
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oratorYet what alternative was there for a female orator?Jean-Bertrand Aristide, a fiery orator and champion of the poor won the election in a landslide.Keyes is a fiery orator who built his campaign around his anti-abortion stand.Ogilvy had a reputation as a great orator.He knows he is no orator, and he is up against a president who could charm a loan from a thief.While Tom got ready I walked around the area to check on what the other orators at Speakers' Corner were saying.Aristotle once recommended to the would-be polemical orator that paradox could be effective.On the other hand Osman was a practised orator and knew what he was doing.He was the soapbox orator who could quote Virgil or Shakespeare to give dignity to a bitter grudge.
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