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elocution (s) (noun), elocutions (pl)
1. A way of speaking that requires a command of one’s gestures or voice: While speaking to the audience at the ceremony, Mr. Smart’s elocution showed much competency and captured the complete attention of everybody.
2. The art of speaking clearly and well, with correct enunciations: As a part of her teacher education, Lucy took a course in elocution so she could make herself easily understandable by her future students.
A style or manner of sspeaking or reading in public.
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