eloquence definition

  • noun:
    • Persuasive, powerful discourse.
    • The skill or power of using these types of discourse.
    • the grade of persuasive, effective appearance.
    • The quality of artistry and persuasiveness in speech or writing.
    • Fluent, forcible, elegant, and persuasive message in public; the effectiveness of articulating strong feelings in striking and appropriate language either spoken or written, thereby producing conviction or persuasion.
    • Fig.: Whatever creates the consequence of moving and persuasive address.
    • That which is eloquently uttered or written.
    • The quality of becoming eloquent; going utterance or phrase; the professors, art, or work of uttering or employing thoughts and words springing from or articulating powerful emotion in a fashion to stimulate matching emotion in others; by expansion, the energy or top-notch interesting feeling, sympathy, or fascination with in whatever way: as, pulpit eloquence; a speaker, message, or writing of great eloquence; the eloquence of rips or of quiet grief.
    • That which is expressed in an eloquent way: as, a flow of eloquence.
    • Synonyms Elocution, Rhetoric, etc. See oratory.
    • effective and effective language
    • Persuasive, effective discourse.
    • The ability or energy of utilizing these types of discourse.
    • the standard of persuasive, powerful appearance.
    • the grade of art and persuasiveness in speech or writing.
    • Fluent, forcible, elegant, and persuasive address in public; the effectiveness of expressing powerful thoughts in striking and proper language either spoken or written, thereby creating conviction or persuasion.
    • Fig.: Whatever produces the effect of going and persuasive message.
    • whatever is eloquently uttered or written.
    • the standard of being eloquent; going utterance or phrase; the professors, art, or act of uttering or using ideas and terms springing from or expressing strong feeling in a manner to excite matching feeling in others; by expansion, the power or top-notch interesting emotion, sympathy, or fascination with any way: as, pulpit eloquence; a speaker, message, or writing of good eloquence; the eloquence of rips or of quiet grief.
    • That which is expressed in an eloquent manner: since, a flow of eloquence.
    • Synonyms Elocution, Rhetoric, etc. See oratory.
    • powerful and effective language

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