or·a·to·ry <sup>1</sup> n. 1. The art of public speaking. 2. Eloquence or skill in making speeches to the public. 3. Public speaking marked by the use of overblown rhetoric.
2(in the Roman Catholic Church) a religious society of secular priests founded in Rome in 1564 to provide plain preaching and popular services and established ...
An Independent All Boys' Boarding and Day School for boys aged 11-18 years, situated in acres of beautiful English countryside.
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(Latin oratorium, from orare, to pray). As a general term,