auditories

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  • Its future auditories will be the successive generations of men, as they rise up before it and gather around it. Cited from The Great Speeches and Orations of Daniel Webster
  • At the start these ladies delivered their message to women only, but by-and-bye as the fame of their eloquence spread men began to appear among their auditories. Cited from William Lloyd Garrison, by Archibald H. Grimke
  • Let us, then, contemplate a little closer the different kinds of concerts -- their features and their character -- their performers and their auditories. Cited from Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, Vol. 17 New Series, No. 436, May 8, 1852
  • It cannot be said that much harm has resulted from the full liberty permitted him, or that neglect on his part has impaired the generally attractive aspect of our theatrical auditories. Cited from A Book of the Play, by Dutton Cook
  • These Lectures, in their original form, were delivered at Geneva, and afterwards at Lausanne, before two auditories which together numbered about two thousand five hundred men. Cited from The Heavenly Father, by Ernest Naville
  • The great American London built by a continent on which all the people are free; her vast populations redeemed; her churches thronged with worshipful auditories! Cited from T. De Witt Talmage, by T. De Witt Talmage and Mrs. T. De Witt Talmage
  • His irresistible gestures gave impulse to his plebeian auditories. Cited from History of the Girondists, Volume I, by Alphonse de Lamartine
  • Of my great-grandfather, both to frequent public schools and auditories, and to get me good and able teachers at home; and that I ought not to think much, if upon such occasions, I were at excessive charges. Cited from Meditations, by Marcus Aurelius
  • He had a loud and clear voice, and articulated his words and sentences so perfectly, that he might be heard and understood at a great distance, especially as his auditories, however numerous, observ'd the most exact silence. Cited from Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, by Benjamin Franklin
  • There is another scruple cast in by divinity concerning its production, much disputed in the German auditories, and with that indifferency and equality of arguments, as leave the controversy undetermined. Cited from Religio Medici, Hydriotaphia, et al, Thomas Browne
  • We have now arrived at a point nearly opposite our entrance at the east, and, continuing round the southwest, south, and southeast sides of the peristyle, find a large number of consecutive chambers devoted mainly to the philosophers, as lecture-rooms and auditories for their classes and followers. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 3, No. 19, May, 1859, by Various
  • HAIL, happy saint, on thine immortal throne, Possest of glory, life, and bliss unknown; We hear no more the music of thy tongue, Thy wonted auditories cease to throng. Cited from Religious and Moral Poems, by Phillis Wheatley