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
Flake's Senate floor speech, in particular, was notable for its eloquence and its urgency.
Elise said Bob took the job very seriously and approached it with a commitment to honesty, accuracy and eloquence.
During his lifetime Irving Langmuir spoke with great eloquence about our duty to take control of the weather, and his charisma won thousands to his cause.
His eloquence is admirable, though occasionally uneven, and his characterization is pure fun to watch.
But Sullins handles these situations with eloquence and compassion.
Donald Trump has the leadership, grace, compassion, and eloquence of a Real Housewife, which is to say, slim to none.
Arranged on a long, low platform, these works had an eloquence that was rooted in the artist’s simplicity of means—in something as basic as the elegance with which wire elements were attached to one another.
Her fiery eloquence is contrasted with the elemental staging by Ms. Weems, of herself and others seated at a kitchen table, the traditional female site of domestic power.
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First Known Use of eloquence
Synonymsarticulacy [chiefly British], articulateness, poetry, rhetoric, gift of gab
Related Wordsexpression, expressiveness; declamation, elocution, oratory; cogency, force, forcefulness, meaningfulness, persuasion, persuasiveness; ardor, emotion, fervency, fervidness, fervor, heat, intensity, passion, power, vehemence, warmth
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