Raconteur sentence example

raconteur
  • He is such a good raconteur that the two books are very easy to read and enjoy.
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  • He is a born raconteur, lover of life, communicator.
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  • A brilliant raconteur, he'll be interviewed by Colin Irwin, perhaps folk's best-known journalist.
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  • He had been introduced to Richelieu in 1623, and by his humour and his talent as a raconteur soon made himself indispensable to the cardinal.
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  • It has to be said that Diemberger is not the world's most natural raconteur.
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  • Or perhaps some motivation is required, or an after dinner raconteur maybe?
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  • The next speaker, Rev Giles Galley -a ringer with a rather racy reputation as a raconteur -did not let us down.
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  • A brilliant raconteur, he'll be interviewed by Colin Irwin, perhaps folk 's best-known journalist.
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  • It has to be said that Diemberger is not the world 's most natural raconteur.
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  • He was a superb raconteur, and a fund of bawdy stories.
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