Peroration meaning

perərā′shən
The concluding part of a speech, in which there is a summing up and emphatic recapitulation.
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A high-flown or bombastic speech.
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The concluding section of a discourse, either written or oral, in which the orator or writer sums up and commends his topic to his audience, particularly as used in the technical sense of a component of ancient Roman oratorical delivery.
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A discourse or rhetorical argument in general.
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Origin of peroration

  • Adopted from the Latin perōrō (“I speak at length, I conclude a speech") +"Ž -ation (“action (nominalizer)"), from Latin -ātiō; from per- (“very") + ōrō (“I speak, I orate") (English orate).
    From Wiktionary