Definition of peroratory in English:

peroratory

adjective

  • = perorational.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Hugh Brackenridge (1748–1816), writer and judge. From perorate + -ory. Compare post-classical Latin peroratorius thoroughly oratorical.

Pronunciation

peroratory

/pɛˈrɒrət(ə)ri/