sustantivo (plural oratories)
1A small chapel, especially for private worship.
[ Middle English: from Anglo-Norman French oratorie, from ecclesiastical Latin oratorium, based on Latin orare 'pray, speak']
Oraciones de ejemplo
- At the same time, the Filippine Order was spreading its wings, and oratories were set up in many cities in Roman Catholic countries.
- The oratories tended to have permanent officers under the direction of the rector of the local baptismal church.
- There are the remains of a number of oratories and some stone monuments that may be pre-Christian.
- Oratoriansustantivo& adjetivo
- sense 2.Oraciones de ejemplo
- The Oratorians have maintained Gregorian chant, polyphony, Latin, the whole nine yards, and it is usually packed for a Sunday high mass.
- One of my favorite short rules is the one John Henry Newman provided in 1856 for his fellow Oratorians in Birmingham.
- Privat de Molières studied at Oratorian schools in Aix, Marseilles, Arles and Angers.
Palabras que riman con oratoryexploratory, laboratory
1The art or practice of formal speaking in public.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- ‘By any standards public oratory is appalling’, claimed Donald Horne in The Lucky Country.
- There are various different schools of public oratory.
- Fred Turner was a gifted speaker, attracted to books and public oratory.
1.1Exaggerated, eloquent, or highly colored language: learned discussions degenerated into pompous oratory
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Crowds delighted in speeches filled with double talk ridiculing the pompous, bombastic oratory that characterized familiar memorial rituals.
- Although identified as a fierce partisan, he received high marks from members of both political parties for his hard work, reasonableness, and eloquent oratory.
- Each of these bands was headed by both a war leader and a civil leader, the former chosen because of his reputation as a warrior, and the later chosen because of his eloquent oratory.
Early 16th century: from Latin oratoria, feminine (used as a noun) of oratorius 'relating to an orator'.
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