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1. The faculty of uttering articulate sounds or words, as in human beings; the faculty of expressing thoughts by words or articulate sounds. speech was given to man by his Creator for the noblest purposes.
2. Language; words as expressing ideas. The acts of God to human ears cannot without process of speech be told.
3. A particular language, as distinct form others. Psalms 19:2.
4. That which is spoken; words uttered in connection and expressing thoughts. You smile at my speech
5. Talk; mention; common saying. The duke did of me demand, what was the speech among the londoners concerning the French journey.
6. Formal discourse in public; oration; harangue. The member has made his first speech in the legislature.
7. Any declaration of thoughts. I, with leave of speech implor'd, repli'd.
SPEECH, verb intransitive To make a speech; to harangue. [Little used.]
1. Destitute or deprived of the faculty of speech. More generally,
2. Mute; silent; not speaking for a time. speechless with wonder, and half dead with fear.
SPEE'CHLESSNESS, noun The state of being speechless; muteness.
SPEE'CH-MAKER, noun One who makes speeches; one who speaks much in a public assembly.