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ORATOR, practice. A good man, skillful in speaking well, and who employs a
perfect eloquence to defend causes either public or private. Dupin,
Profession d'Avocat, tom. 1, p. 19..
2. In chancery, the party who files a bill calls himself in those pleadings your orator. Among the Romans, advocates were called orators. Code, 1, 8, 33, 1.