• Capable of or characterized by eloquence.
  • Having the power of expressing strong emotions in vivid and appropriate speech; able to utter moving thoughts or words: as, an <em>eloquent</em> orator or preacher; an <em>eloquent</em> tongue.
  • Expressing strong emotions with fluency and power; movingly uttered or expressed; stirring; persuasive: as, an <em>eloquent</em> address; <em>eloquent</em> history; an <em>eloquent</em> appeal to a jury.
  • Manifesting or exciting emotion, feeling, or interest through any of the senses; movingly expressive or affecting: as, <em>eloquent</em> looks or gestures; a hush of <em>eloquent</em> silence.
  • Giving strong expression or manifestation; vividly characteristic.
  • Having the power of expressing strong emotions or forcible arguments in an elevated, impassioned, and effective manner.
  • Adapted to express strong emotion or to state facts arguments with fluency and power
  • <xref>fluently</xref> <xref>persuasive</xref> and <xref>articulate</xref>
  • <xref>effective</xref> in <xref>expressing</xref> <xref>meaning</xref> by <xref>speech</xref>
  • expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively
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