Examples from the Web for orality
Orality can be assertive (declarative), interrogative, and imperative (a great deal more so than writing).
Orality is more stubborn, for many reasons, when it involves the secrecy of food preparation.
Orality is associated with fixed frames of existence and practical life.
This influence increases when orality is progressively superseded by the limited literacy of writing and reading.
This experience eventually settled and became more uniform through the means and constraints of orality.