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  1. speechesnoun

    Plural form of speech.

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  1. speechesnoun

    Plural noun of the word speech.

    Some Presidents and senior politicians have a full-time speechwriter.


    Submitted by MaryC on June 14, 2016  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of speeches in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of speeches in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of speeches in a Sentence

  1. Andrew Sheets:

    Yellen's two speeches on May 27 and June 6 ahead of the June FOMC become critical in shaping that risk premium. A reiteration of the hawkish minutes will likely lead to front-end steepening and push USD [the dollar] higher.

  2. Michael Gapen:

    We look for very minimal changes in the statement and ... for verbal communications after the meeting, in speeches and interviews, to say, 'Yes, December remains a possibility,'.

  3. Michael Fanone:

    When I listen to the rhetoric that was used in the speeches leading up to the insurrection at Capitol Police, I mean there's no other word to describe it -- at least from my perspective -- than' incitement.' And in some degrees, I would go even further and say that it sanctioned that behavior, certain rhetoric that was used by certain individuals that day -- I mean, to hear people after the fact downplay the event knowing what I went through and what hundreds of other officers went through that day -- I've said before it's disgraceful.

  4. Nicolas Maduro:

    I was seeing reports of some empty speeches by right-wing, unpopular, murderous, imperialist lackey presidents, it's shameful seeing those presidents, hated by their peoples, speak about Venezuela's noble people.

  5. David Foster:

    There happens to be whole, large parts of adult American life that nobody talks about in commencement speeches.

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