Examples of eloquence in a Sentence
The senator's eloquence is well known.
She spoke with eloquence on the need for better schools.
Recent Examples of eloquence from the Web
Cumulatively, this music speaks with an austere eloquence that somehow lifts the tragic story onto the plane of myth.
Gaillard remembers the eloquence of Georgia legislator Julian Bond, the passion of muckraker Jack Newfield, the intelligence of influential conservative William F. Buckley.
Wilson’s April 2, 1917, message to Congress remains a highwater mark of presidential eloquence.
From her kindness and eloquence to her passionate crusade for family literacy, her mark on our country is palpable.
The teenagers brought eloquence, commitment and a determination to generate lasting change.
Among those tweeting out their shock, grief and praise for the strength and eloquence of the Marjory Stoneman students are Margo Price and Kacey Musgraves, as well as Cam, Jennifer Nettles and Brothers Osborne.
The image depicts a young girl perched on her father’s shoulders, enthralled by the power and eloquence of Dr. King’s words.
The record also includes a handful of originals by Popolla that occupy the same primal terrain, where eloquence emerges from simplicity.
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ELOQUENCE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of eloquence for English Language Learners
: the ability to speak or write well and in an effective way
ELOQUENCE Defined for Kids
Definition of eloquence for Students
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