Examples of eloquence in a Sentence
The senator's eloquence is well known.
She spoke with eloquence on the need for better schools.
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Her confidence and eloquence can make common knowledge sound uncommonly stupid.
But seeing and hearing the eloquence and spirit of the Parkland students gives me optimism and faith that the future of this country will be in good hands.
In return, Common elevated the style that elevated him with an eloquence, soul and activism seemingly channeled from an earlier era.
Her speech brought back memories of a leader unifying us with eloquence and hope.
Awareness of this problem, and a corresponding fear of eloquence in scientific writing, has been present since the earliest days of academic periodicals.
Inspired by the music's minor key, Goode played the variations with haunting eloquence as well as a consoling sense of direction.
Despite the eloquence of the empire’s many defenders, one of His Majesty’s subjects had irrevocably shattered Britain’s myth of altruism.
Many have humbled me with their grace and eloquence, often in the face of horrific crimes.
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First Known Use of eloquence
gift of gab;
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