[ UK /ˈɛləkwəntli/ ]
[ US /ˈɛɫəkwəntɫi/ ]
  1. with eloquence
    he expressed his ideas eloquently
  2. in an articulate manner
    he argued articulately for his plan
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How To Use eloquently In A Sentence

  • I guess she would rather I expressed myself in a more ladylike manner, or at least a little more eloquently.
  • Robert Price said it very eloquently: "Not only do the Gospels contain basic and irreconcilable differences in their accounts of Jesus, they have been put together according to a traditional Jewish practice known as "midrash", which involved reworking and enlarging on scripture. What Jesus Said and Did: 2) Divorce
  • He is the geologist who has most eloquently laid out the argument for higher oil prices.
  • He has written eloquently on American liberality and the excitement of American life.
  • Porgy must be one of the longest and most physically demanding roles in the repertory, and Alvy Powell meets the challenge eloquently despite occasional traces of vocal strain.
  • I first saw this suggestion very eloquently expressed in a short column by Roger Ebert.
  • But secret video of Milosevic being marched in handcuffs, head bowed, to his solitary cell spoke more eloquently: he no longer has the power to instill fear and exert total control over the nation he misruled for more than a decade.
  • He also eloquently captured the general ambiance of amazement. The Scientist
  • Jess really excels himself here, in his evocation/evisceration of two videos we've also skewered at k-punk, though much less eloquently.
  • The passage eloquently describes the process: "Cumque volumus ut fascietur, nutrix eius membra suaviter tangere debet et quod dilatandum fuerit dilatare, et quod subtiliandum subtiliare, et omne membrum secundum convenientiorem figuram figurare, et hoc totum subtilit compressione cum extremitatibus digitorum, quod quidem multis faciendum erit vicibus." back A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries
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