Definition of Perorational

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Perorational

peroneus
peroneus brevis
peroneus longus
peroneus tertius
peroqua
peroquas
peroral
peroral endoscopy
perorally
perorate
perorated
perorates
perorating
peroration
perorational (current term)
perorations
perorator
perorators
perosamine
perosis
perospirone
perosseous
perovskite
perovskites
peroxi-
peroxid
peroxidase
peroxidase reaction

Literary usage of Perorational

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1. Books in General by John Collings Squire (1921)
"... poetry would communicate more genuine emotion about the grandeur and pathos of France than Mr. Kipling does in the whole of his perorational poem. ..."

2. Pagan Christs: Studies in Comparative Hierology by John Mackinnon Robertson (1903)
"The perorational statement that " of all the great religions of the world it is the Christian Church alone which is so far heir of all the ages as to fulfil ..."

3. Hansard's Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard (1882)
"... from speaking by men who spend most of their time in little else than trying to gather and scatter the flowers of exordial and perorational eloquence. ..."

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