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Correct spelling:
The concluding part of an oration; especially, a final summing up and enforcement of an argument.


coda, conclusion, ending, finale, postscript, sequel, summation, swan song, followup, follow up, Postlude, codas, follow-ups, postludes, post script, post scripts, perorations, concluding speech, follow-up, followups.
afterpiece, button, cessation, chaser, climax, close, closer, consummation, culmination, denouement, end, epilogue, finis, finish, payoff, termination, windup, crowning glory, blow-off, end piece, last act.
reprise, summary.
swan song
adieu, envoi, farewell, goodbye, last hurrah, envois, last words, crowning achievement, dying words, famous last words, farewell performance, final appearance, final appearance or performance, final gesture, last shot, parting song, famous last word.
allocution, chalk talk, declamation, descant, discourse, disquisition, dissertation, exhortation, expatiation, harangue, homily, lecture, monologue, oration, recitation, screed, sermon, spiel, Prelection.
announcement, articulation, assertion, asseveration, declaration, delivery, ejaculation, expression, opinion, pronouncement, rant, remark, reply, response, saying, sentence, speaking, speech, statement, talk, vent, verbalization, vocalization, vociferation, voice, word, words.
Examples of usage:
  1. If one were to judge from Maurice Scanlan's face during the delivery of this peroration, it might be possibly inferred that he scarcely accepted the speech as an illustration in point, since anything less practical he had never listened to. – The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II) by Charles James Lever
  2. We do not know the geological history of this place, but imagine that the rest of Long Island is the discourse of which East Hampton is the peroration. – Around The Tea-Table by T. De Witt Talmage
  3. " The idealism of the Irish people," said the priest, " was inveterate," and he settled himself on his short legs and began his peroration. – The Untilled Field by George Moore
  4. " Why, of course, he brought her home," she echoed Edith's indignant peroration. – New Faces by Myra Kelly
  5. She wanted whether or no to convince him of his own ability to conquer, and growing warmer and warmer continued with her peroration. – The Song of Songs by Hermann Sudermann