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elocution
/ eləkjuːʃn̩ /

imenica

Množina reči elocution je elocutions.

Sinonimi:

ETYM Latin elocutio, from eloqui, elocutus, to speak out: cf. French élocution. Related to Eloquent.
An expert manner of speaking involving control of voice and gesture.

eloquence
/ eləkwəns /

imenica

Množina reči eloquence je eloquences.

Sinonimi:
fluency

Sinonimi:
fluency · smoothness

ETYM French éloquence, Latin eloquentia, from eloquens. Related to Eloquent.
Powerful and effective language; SYN. fluency.

oratory
/ ɔːrətɔːri /

imenica

Množina reči oratory je oratories.

Addressing an audience formally (usually a long and rhetorical address and often pompous)
Small chapel for private prayer; lectern for prayer

rhetoric
/ retərɪk /

imenica

Množina reči rhetoric je rhetorics.

Sinonimi:
empty talk · empty words · grandiloquence · grandiosity · hot air · magniloquence · ornateness · palaver

ETYM French rhétorique, Latin rhetorica, Greek, rhetorical, oratorical, from rhetorikos orator, rhetorician; perhaps akin to Eng. word.
1. Study of the technique and rules for using language effectively (especially in public speaking).
2. Using language effectively to please or persuade.
Art of effective expression in words; oratory; bombastic language. Traditionally, the art of public speaking and debate. Rhetorical skills are valued in such occupations as politics, teaching, law, religion, and broadcasting.
Accomplished rhetoricians need not be sincere in what they say; they should, however, be effective, or at least entertaining. Nowadays, “rhetoric” is often a pejorative term (for example, “Cut the rhetoric and tell us what you really think”).

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