Etymology
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perorate (v.)

"to make a speech," especially a grandiloquent one, c. 1600, a colloquial back-formation from peroration (q.v.), or else from Latin peroratus, past participle of perorare. Related: Perorated; perorating.

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Definitions of perorate

perorate (v.)
conclude a speech with a formal recapitulation;
perorate (v.)
deliver an oration in grandiloquent style;
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