I have already mentioned in the rules for the exordium how the accuser might conciliate the judges.
Every Speyside man will recognise from this exordium that I am about to treat of "Geordie."
His countenance was careworn; and when he commenced his exordium, his voice was slightly cracked and tremulous.
Your exordium was so singularly clear, that I did not understand you before.
Now what can you have to say, Granville, that will not be anticlimax to this exordium?
It is his notion of freedom, and at once the exordium and peroration of his eloquence.
exordium, concluding with Scott's famous lines, "Breathes there a man with soul so dead," etc.
The proprietors have combined the capital and labor hinted at in my exordium.
No exordium; no peroration; no flight into empyrean heights of eloquence as was the wont of Mr. G.
The exordium she had so carefully prepared during her walk was eluding her.