Examples of orate in a Sentence
given the opportunity, many politicians will orate at considerable length on just about any subject
the respected anthropologist is expected to orate about her latest research findings before a packed auditorium
Recent Examples of orate from the Web
Your professor holds forth in class, lecturing, orating, gesturing, bantering — equal parts pedagogue and performer.
Nobody has a right to snatch his 52-million-follower soapbox and begin orating, right?
Indeed, Duncan, at times, has angrily orated from the bench, especially after reading an article written by a KJZZ reporter suggesting that Corizon and ADC were possibly gaming the system.
The others, including Carey Mulligan’s Detective Inspector Kip Glaspie and John Simm’s Labor politician David Mars, either apologize or orate furiously about moral duty, soapbox-style.
From the start, city officials orating over louspeakers struggled to be heard above the shouting protesters.
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