Definition of Elocutive. Meaning of Elocutive. Synonyms of Elocutive

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Definition of Elocutive

Elocutive
Elocutive El"o*cu`tive, a. Pertaining to oratorical expression. [Obs.] --Feltham.

Meaning of Elocutive from wikipedia

- Elocution is the study of formal speaking in pronunciation, grammar, style, and tone as well as the idea and practice of effective speech and its forms...
- private college in Milton, M****achusetts. It was founded as the School of Elocution and Expression by Anna Baright in 1879. In 1885 it was taken over and...
- 1788) was an Irish stage actor, an educator, and a major proponent of the elocution movement. He received his M.A. in 1743 from Trinity College in Dublin...
- "How now brown cow" (/ˈhaʊ ˈnaʊ ˈbraʊn ˈkaʊ/) is a phrase used in elocution teaching to demonstrate rounded vowel sounds. Each "ow" sound in the phrase...
- is believed to speak all human languages. In Haiti, he is the great elocutioner. Legba facilitates communication, speech, and understanding. He is commonly...
- Elocution Movement, contributed to the emergence of Elocution as an academic discipline in its own right. One of the major figures of the Elocution Movement...
- Government of West Bengal. Elocution was p****ion for Ghosh since his early years. He was one of the pioneers in po****rizing elocution and recitation in Bengali...
- Kabyayan, an institution for practising elocution and Bratati Parampara, an organization that works on elocution and other forms of performing arts. She...
- The Elocution of Benjamin Franklin is a "one-hander" play by Australian playwright, author and singer Steve J. Spears (1951 – 2007). It premiered at the...
- usually described using the International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA). Elision Elocution Epenthesis Help:IPA/English — the prin****l key used in Wikipedia articles...