Definition of Perorator
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Perorator
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1. The Cambridge History of English Literature by Adolphus William Ward, Alfred Rayney Waller (1910)
"The didactic element is spun out at wearisome length, and most of the new characters introduced, the priest, the devil and the perorator, who speaks the ..."
2. A History of English Poetry by William John Courthope (1904)
"The perorator. The plot is of the simplest kind, being simply a representation of the evil consequences of marrying against the will of one's father ..."
3. The English Moralities from the Point of View of Allegory by William Roy Mackenzie (1914)
"The perorator, however, gives us his solemn assurance that By this little play the father is taught After what manner his child to use, Lest that through ..."
4. A History of French Private Law by Jean Brissaud, Rapelje Howell (1912)
"1 Marriage with the intervention of the "perorator" (Italy, late Middle Ages), who established the ..."
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