a person who delivers speeches.
- speechmaking, noun
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How to use speechmaker in a sentence
Unless he speedily sets up a new team, he will be reduced to a speechmaker.
A political speechmaker occupied the bandstand one night, and they stood for an hour in the midst of the crowd, listening vaguely.Ramsey Milholland | Booth Tarkington
Fox, with the most powerful abilities, is looked on simply as a magnificent speechmaker.
As the speechmaker cracked the neck with his sword, the bottle burst in a thousand pieces, drenching everyone with wine.Everyman's Land | C. N. Williamson and A. M. Williamson
In after years I sailed under the command of this speechmaker.From Sail to Steam, Recollections of Naval Life | Captain A. T. Mahan
I wish to say—as you would know if you lived in Michigan—that I am not a speechmaker.Speeches of Benjamin Harrison | Benjamin Harrison