Definition of speechifier in English:

speechifier

noun

derogatory

See speechify

‘On their celebrated departure many of the most eloquent speechifiers in the land delivered impassioned orations.’
  • ‘Actually, the poet and speechifier had been in him from boyhood: he liked to erect a platform in the barn and electrify himself with his own sermons.’
  • ‘It's been spouted by so many generations of professional speechifiers that it's easy to be immune to its propagandist agenda of cultural nationalism.’
  • ‘The speechifier stood aside and relinquished the mike to the preacher who carried on with his attempt to ‘save’ his audience.’
  • ‘He is the chief theorist, the most respected mind, the most passionate speechifier.’

Pronunciation

speechifier

/ˈspēCHəˌfī(ə)r/ /ˈspitʃəˌfaɪ(ə)r/