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Word: ORATE

The word ORATE has appeared in at least 609 clues on different crosswords.

ORATE definition(s):

  • talk pompously

Clue(s)
"""___ fratres"" (pray, brethren): Lat."
Address Congress
"Address Congress, e.g."
"Address Congress, say"
Address a crowd
Address an audience
"Address an audience, like Caesar did"
Address grandly
Address listeners
Address the assembly
Address the convention
Address the crowd
Address the hall
"Address the hall, e.g."
Address the throng
Allocute
Avail oneself of a rostrum
Be Bryanesque
Be Ciceronian
Be a tub-thumper
Be bombastic
"Be bombastic, perhaps"
"Be eloquent, in a way"
Be grandiloquent
Be on a soapbox
Be the elocutionist
Bloviate
Bloviate from a podium
Blow hard
Captivate a crowd with words
"Captivate a crowd, perhaps"
Captivate the crowd with words
"Captivate the crowd, maybe"
Climb up on a soapbox
Climb up on the soapbox
Copy Clay
Copy Demosthenes
Declaim
Declaim from a dais
Declaim like Demosthenes
Declaim.
Declaim: Colloq.
Deliver a declamation
Deliver a eulogy
"Deliver a eulogy, e.g."
Deliver a formal speech
Deliver a keynote
Deliver a keynote address
Deliver a keynote speech
"Deliver a keynote, say"
Deliver a panegyric
Deliver a pompous speech
Deliver a speech
Deliver a spiel
Deliver a stem-winder
Deliver a stemwinder
Deliver a stump speech
Deliver a valedictory
Deliver addresses
Deliver an address
Deliver an impassioned presentation
Deliver an impassioned speech
Deliver encomiums
Deliver from a dais
Deliver lectures
Deliver rhetoric
Deliver the Gettysburg Address
"Deliver the keynote address, say"
Deliver verbally
Discourse
Discourse.
Do a declamation
Do a political chore.
Do a senator's speaking job
Do as Demosthenes
Do like Demosthenes
Do politicking
Do some campaign work
Do some stumping
Do speechmaking
Electioneer
Elocute
Employ a silver tongue
Emulate
Emulate Aeschines
Emulate Antony
Emulate Bryan
Emulate Cato
Emulate Cicero
Emulate Cicero.
Emulate Clay
Emulate Crassus
Emulate Cuomo
Emulate D. Webster
Emulate Demosthenes
Emulate Demosthenes.
Emulate Dirksen.
Emulate Douglass
Emulate Everett
Emulate Henry
Emulate Henry Clay
Emulate Isocrates
Emulate Jesse Jackson
Emulate Mario Cuomo
Emulate Pericles
Emulate Red Jacket
Emulate W. J. Bryan
Emulate Webster
Emulate William Jennings Bryan
Emulate a demagogue
Emulate a valedictorian
Engage in rhetoric
Enter a soap-box derby?
Enter a soapbox derby?
Enulate Pliny the Younger
Evangelize
Expound at length
"Filibuster, in a way"
"Filibuster, maybe"
"Filibuster, say"
Follow in William Jennings Bryan's footsteps
Furnish an address
Get on a soapbox
Get on one's soapbox
Get on the soapbox
"Get windy, perhaps"
Give a big speech
"Give a commencement address, say"
Give a grand speech
Give a keynote
Give a keynote address
"Give a keynote address, e.g."
"Give a keynote, e.g."
"Give a keynote, say"
Give a lecture
Give a long-winded talk
Give a mighty speech
Give a speech
Give a stemwinder
Give a talk
"Give a valediction, e.g."
Give a valedictory
"Give a valedictory, e.g."
"Give a valedictory, say"
Give an address
Give an inaugural address
Give one's address
Give one's address?
Give out one's address?
Give speeches
Give the main speech
"Go campaigning, in part"
Go on at length
Go on the stump
Grandiloquince
Grandiloquize
Grandiloquize.
"Grandstand, say"
Harangue
Harangue the crowd
Harangue.
Hold court
Hold forth
Hold forth on the rostrum.
Hold forth publicly
"Hold forth,
Hold forth.
Hold the floor
Imitate Cicero
Imitate Demosthenes
Indulge in bombast
Keynote
"Keynote, e.g."
Lecture
"Lecture, e.g."
Magniloquize
Make a big speech
Make a delivery
"Make a delivery, in a way"
Make a delivery?
Make a grand speech
Make a major address.
Make a speech
"Make a toast, say"
Make an address
Make an allocution
Make an impressive delivery
Make big speeches
Make grand statements
Make like Cato
Make like Cicero
Make speeches
Make the keynote address
Make use of the floor
Mount a soap box
Mount a soapbox
Mount the soap box
Mount the soapbox
Mount the stump
Offer a filibuster
Offer addresses
Offer an address
Outdo Demosthenes
Overcome glossophobia
Play to a C-Span camera
Pontificate
Pound the podium
Practice elocution
Practice public speaking
Preach
Preach from a soapbox
Preach from the pulpit
Preach with passion
"Preach, e.g."
"Preach, perhaps"
"Preach, say"
Prefix with mesh or lace
Pronounce from a podium
Provide an address
Provide an address?
Rail
Ramble on
Recite rhetoric
Say like Clay
Sermonize
Sound forth.
Sound off
Sound off from the dais
Sound off in the Senate
"Sound off in the Senate, e.g."
"Sound off, perhaps"
Sound off.
Speak
Speak above the crowd?
Speak at a podium
Speak at length
Speak at length.
Speak before a crowd
Speak before throngs
Speak bombastically
Speak eloquently
Speak floridly
Speak for everyone in the room
Speak for everyone in the room?
"Speak for the Congressional Record, say"
Speak for the masses
Speak formally
Speak from a dais
Speak from a podium
Speak from a soap box
Speak from a soapbox
Speak from a soapbox?
Speak from the podium
Speak from the rostrum
Speak from the stage
Speak from the stump
Speak grandiloquently
Speak grandly
Speak in Hyde Park
Speak in a pompous manner
"Speak in a pompous matter, perhaps"
Speak in public
Speak in the House of Commons
Speak in the Senate
Speak like Bryan
Speak like Clay
Speak like Stephen Douglas
Speak like William Jennings Bryan
Speak like a senator
Speak loftily
"Speak of the devil, maybe"
"Speak on C-Span, say"
Speak on the stump
Speak one's mind
Speak one's piece
Speak out
Speak pompously
"Speak pompously, e.g."
Speak pompously.
Speak publicly
Speak rhetoric
Speak spectacularly
Speak to a crowd
Speak to a large crowd
Speak to one's countrymen
Speak to the Senate
"Speak to the Senate, say"
Speak to the masses
Speak to the people?
Speak up
Speak with a silver tongue
Speak with bombast
Speak with pomp
Speak with pomp.
Speak with style
Speak
"Speak, in a way"
"Speak, in a way."
Speak.
Speechify
Speechify.
Spellbind
Spiel
Spout
Spout for an audience
Spout forth
Spout from the dais
Spout from the soapbox
Spout like Cicero
Spout off
Spout off on a soapbox
Spout on July 4
Spout one's views
Spout rhetoric
Spout speeches
Squaddies took in lecture (5)
Stand and deliver
Stand and deliver?
Stand on a soapbox
Stand on a stand on a corner?
Stand on the stump
Stand up and speak
State your address
State your address?
Stump
Stump for votes
Stump the crowd?
Supply an address
Supply one's moving address?
Take the dais
Take the floor
Take the podium
Take the pulpit
Take the soapbox
Take the stump
Take the stump.
Take to a soapbox
Take to the dais
Take to the podium
Take to the pulpit
Take to the soap box
Take to the soapbox
Take to the stump
Talk a la Daniel Webster
Talk aloud
Talk big
Talk big?
Talk bombastically
"Talk for hours, maybe"
Talk formally
Talk from the soapbox
Talk on the stump
Talk pompously
Talk the talk
Talk to the crowd
Talk to the people
"Talk, in a way"
"Talk, in a way."
Tell it to Erato
Tub-thump
Use Assembly language?
Use a podium
Use a silver tongue
Use a soapbox
"Use a soapbox, e.g."
Use assembly language?
Use the bully pulpit
Use the podium
Use the soapbox
Valedictorians do it
Wax Websterian
Wax bombastic
Wax eloquent
Wax eloquent.
Wax grandiloquent
Wax prolix.
What demagogues do
What speakers are to do
What spell-binders do
What spellbinders do
What spread-eagleists do
"Word from the Latin for ""pray"""
Yak in the pulpit
___ fratres
speak at a dais
Publicly hold forth
Stand and deliver?
Give a formal address
Mount the soapbox
Be bombastic
Wax eloquent
Deliver an address
Address a convention
Give one's address
Speak grandiloquently
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Speak like Cicero
Make a speech
Address the public
Make a grand speech
Give a keynote address
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Give a valedictory, e.g.
Give a loud speech to many
One might do it from a soapbox
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Speak publicly
Speak
Give a valedictory, say
Give the keynote address
Provide an address
Speak or eat, possibly
Emulate Lincoln
Give an address
Speak from the rostrum
Speak from a lectern
Give speech
Address a convention
Give a speech
Give out one's address?
Offer addresses
Speak to a crowd
Stump the audience?
Make public speech
Speak publicly
Emulate Lincoln
Give speech
Speak in public
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Stand and deliver, perhaps
Emulate Lincoln
Give an address
Make a delivery to the masses
Keynote, e.g.
Speak in public
Speak in public
Speak like Cicero
Emulate Lincoln
Give a valedictory, say
Give a keynote, say
Deliver a keynote, say
Sermonize
Talk pompously
Speak publicly
Give a windy speech
Address crowd
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Appeal to the masses?
Give one's address
Talk with style
Deliver a keynote, say
Speak publicly
Give a grand speech
Speak
Speak to a crowd
Speak in public
Speak in public
Give speech
Speak publicly
Give an address
Talk at zero speed
Speak in public
Speak in public
Speak like Cicero
Hold forth
Make speech to crowd
Give speech
Speak like Cicero
Give a speech
Talk at zero speed
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Speak in public
Speak to crowd
Give a keynote, say
Get on the soapbox
Speak publicly
Make speeches
Speak to crowd
Emulate Lincoln
Speak from a lectern
Nothing to like in talk
Speak to crowd
Speak publicly
Give a valedictory, say
Give a keynote, say
Make speeches
Speak to crowd
Give speech
Speechify
Make speech to crowd
Make a speech
Speak publicly
Campaign, in part
Give speech
Speak publicly
Speak in public
Talk to the people
Address a convention
Speak grandly
Deliver a speech
Give speech
Present an address
Speak in public
Speak from the soapbox
Give a big speech
Love to take speed and talk and talk and talk!
Give speech
Declaim
Address an audience
Emulate Lincoln
Address a convention
Speak pompously
Make a speech
Give a speech
Wax lyrically to old judge
Speak like Clay or Bryan
Address crowd
Wax rhetoric
Make public speech
Use a soapbox
Give people one's address
Make a speech
Deliver a keynote
Speak in public
Give a keynote address, e.g.
Give an address
Be grandiloquent
Give one's address
Speak publicly
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Make a speech
Speak of one's love for speed?
Give a speech
Employ a silver tongue
Give a valedictory, say
Be bombastic
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Hold the floor
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Give a speech
Offer an address
Speak in public
Be all speechy
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Make speech
Speak from the stump
Speak in public
Make speech to crowd
Speak in public
Address a convention
Speak before Parliament, e.g
Give a grand speech
Address peers
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Use a soapbox
Take the podium
Address a crowd
Give a speech
Emulate Lincoln
Speak from a balcony, perhaps
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Give a lecture
Speak pompously
Speak in public
Deliver a stemwinder
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Speak publicly
Address crowd
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Use a soapbox
Make an important delivery
Tub-thump
Speechify
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Speechify
Offer an address
Mount the soapbox
Speak in public
Give a speech
Deliver a stemwinder
Give a keynote
Speak to crowd
Address a convention
Speak publicly
Give a speech
Give a speech
Make addresses
Speak in public
Talk at zero speed
Are to edit and deliver a speech
Emulate Demosthenes
Give speech

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