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Oratory is a type of public speaking. Oratory may also refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Places; 2 Public speaking; 3 Religious order; 4 See also. Places[edit]. Oratory ...

Oratory | Define Oratory at Dictionary.com

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Oratory definition, skill or eloquence in public speaking: The evangelist moved thousands to repentance with his oratory. See more.

Oratory - definition of oratory by The Free Dictionary

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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.

oratory - definition of oratory in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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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 ...

oratory Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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oratory meaning, definition, what is oratory: skilful and effective public speaking: . Learn more.

Oratory Preparatory School

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Oratory Preparatory School, commonly known as Oratory Prep, is a Roman Catholic college preparatory day school for boys in grades 7-12, located in Summit, ...

oratory - Wiktionary

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oratory (uncountable). (uncountable) The art of public speaking, especially in a formal, expressive, or forceful manner. (uncountable) Eloquence; the quality of ...

Competition Events | National Speech & Debate Association

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Original Oratory. Students deliver a self-written, ten-minute speech on a topic of their choosing. Limited in their ability to quote words directly, competitors craft an  ...

The Oratory School - Reading, Berkshire

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An Independent All Boys' Boarding and Day School for boys aged 11-18 years, situated in acres of beautiful English countryside.

Oratory at Ford's Theatre | Ford's Theatre

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Ford's Theatre teaching artists use oratory to help students build speech, writing and leadership skills. Students build skills for self-expression, using the words of  ...

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Oratory | Definition of Oratory by Merriam-Webster

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Define oratory: a place of prayer especially : a private or institutional chapel.

CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Oratory - New Advent

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(Latin oratorium, from orare, to pray). As a general term, Oratory signifies a place of prayer, but technically it means a structure other than a parish church, set ...

oratory | rhetoric | Britannica.com

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Oratory, the rationale and practice of persuasive public speaking. It is immediate in its audience relationships and reactions, but it may also have broad historical ...