use perorate in a sentence.
This means there's a link between me and Richard Brinsley Sheridan and it's that both of us can perorate entertainingly on public issues at undue length.
We have seen legislators perorate, obfuscate, concilliate, mediate ....
Canalis, like many men accustomed to perorate, allowed to be too plainly seen.
You think it no evil to inflame a poor heart, and you perorate as warmly in your deliriums of love as the wretched lawyer who comes with red eyes from a suit he has lost.
And church and state pause in this made vortex of chaos to prate of the ills of pugilism; to legislate and perorate anent bloodless boxing bouts; to prosecute a brace of harmless pugs.