eloquent definition

  • adjective:
    • described as persuasive, effective discourse: an eloquent speaker; an eloquent sermon.
    • Vividly or movingly expressive: a look eloquent with compassion. See Synonyms at expressive.
    • fluently persuasive and articulate
    • efficient in expressing meaning by-speech
    • getting the energy of articulating powerful feelings or forcible arguments in a heightened, impassioned, and efficient fashion.
    • Adapted to convey powerful feeling or even to state details arguments with fluency and power
    • articulating your self readily, demonstrably, effectively
    • Characterized by persuasive, powerful discourse: an eloquent presenter; an eloquent sermon.
    • Vividly or movingly expressive: a look eloquent with compassion. See Synonyms at expressive.
    • fluently persuasive and articulate
    • efficient in articulating definition by speech
    • Having the power of revealing strong emotions or forcible arguments in a heightened, impassioned, and efficient fashion.
    • Adapted to state powerful emotion or even to state facts arguments with fluency and energy
    • articulating yourself easily, obviously, effortlessly
  • others:
    • obtaining the power of articulating powerful emotions in vivid and appropriate speech; able to utter moving ideas or words: because, an eloquent orator or preacher; an eloquent tongue.
    • Expressing powerful feelings with fluency and power; movingly uttered or expressed; stirring; persuasive: since, an eloquent target; eloquent record; an eloquent interest a jury.
    • Manifesting or exciting feeling, feeling, or interest through any of the senses; movingly expressive or affecting: as, eloquent appearances or gestures; a hush of eloquent silence.
    • Giving strong appearance or manifestation; vividly characteristic.
    • getting the energy of articulating strong thoughts in vivid and proper message; capable utter going ideas or terms: because, an eloquent orator or preacher; an eloquent tongue.
    • Expressing strong thoughts with fluency and power; movingly uttered or expressed; stirring; persuasive: as, an eloquent address; eloquent history; an eloquent interest a jury.
    • Manifesting or interesting emotion, feeling, or interest through any of the senses; movingly expressive or affecting: as, eloquent appearances or gestures; a hush of eloquent silence.
    • providing strong expression or manifestation; clearly characteristic.

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