speaking learnedly ...1656 obs. rare
from Latin doctus learned + loquent-em, present participle of loquī to speak
FIRST DOCUMENTED USE
1656 - Doctiloquent (dictiloquus) that speaks learnedly.
From: Glossographia, or, A Dictionary Interpreting all such Hard Words of whatsoever language now used in our refined English tongue with etymologies, definitions and historical observations on the same
- Thomas Blount
"...Written in a spirit of conservation, Aestheticism and the Canadian Modernists is doctiloquent in a manner no longer quite fashionable...."
From: Journal of Canadian Poetry, 1989