[ UK /ˈɛləkwənt/ ]
[ US /ˈɛɫəkwənt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively
    silver speech
    able to dazzle with his facile tongue
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How To Use eloquent In A Sentence

  • The ensemble playing is lock tight, the soloists are eloquent; the seven pieces (five of them composed by group members) are literate and stimulating.
  • His range of effects is unusually eloquent; there is something of the monoprint to them, as well as elements of the Surrealist techniques of decalcomania and frottage.
  • He remains an eloquent and witty portrait of self-delusion.
  • It is not merely that she is eloquent and articulate; she is also unusually shrewd and intelligent.
  • I guess she would rather I expressed myself in a more ladylike manner, or at least a little more eloquently.
  • Brilliant and eloquent, he was full of jokes and pranks. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is a world in which the grimace is often more eloquent than the phrase.
  • Though the guzzling gumshoes of the 30's and 40's evolved from those eloquent pipe-smoking dandies, they have as much in common as rotgut rye and Earl Grey tea.
  • Sister Aimee was a talented thespian as well as a legendarily eloquent preacher.
  • If he had kissed her with those uneloquent and untrained lips of his, impure in their purity, she would never have forgiven herself. Too Old for Dolls A Novel
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