el•o•cu•tion [el-uh-kyoo-shuh n]
- a person's manner of speaking or reading aloud in public: The actor's elocution is faultless.
- the study and practice of oral delivery, including the control of both voice and gesture.
tri•um•vi•rate [trahy-uhm-ver-it, -vuh-reyt]
- Roman History. the office or magistracy of a triumvir.
- a government of three officers or magistrates functioning jointly.
- a coalition of three magistrates or rulers for joint administration.
- any association of three in office or authority.
- any group or set of three.
jus•ti•ci•ar [ juh-stish-ee-er]
- a high judicial officer in medieval England.
- the chief political and judicial officer in England from the reign of William I to that of Henry III.
ne•crop•o•lis [nuh-krop-uh-lis, ne-]
- a cemetery, especially one of large size and usually of an ancient city.
- a historic or prehistoric burial ground.