Eloquence

Eloquence (from Latin eloquentia) is fluent, forcible, elegant or persuasive speaking. It is primarily the power of expressing strong emotions in striking and appropriate language, thereby producing conviction or persuasion. The term is also used for writing in a fluent style. The concept of eloquence dates to the ancient Greeks, Calliope, (one of...
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Eloquence

• (n.) Fluent, forcible, elegant, and persuasive speech in public; the power of expressing strong emotions in striking and appropriate language either spoken or written, thereby producing conviction or persuasion. • (n.) That which is eloquently uttered or written. • (n.) Fig.: Whatever produces the effect of moving and persuasive sp...
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eloquence

(from the article `Europe, history of`) From the mastery of language, one moved on to the attainment of eloquence. For Petrarch, as for Cicero, eloquence was not merely the possession of an ...
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eloquence

1. Fluent, forcible, elegant, and persuasive speech in public; the power of expressing strong emotions in striking and appropriate language either spoken or written, thereby producing conviction or persuasion. 'Eloquence is speaking out . . . Out of the abundance of the heart.' (Hare) ... 2. Whatever produces the effect of moving and persuasive spe...
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eloquence

fluency noun powerful and effective language; `his eloquence attracted a large congregation`; `fluency in spoken and written English is essential`; `his oily smoothness concealed his guilt from the police`
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Eloquence

El'o·quence noun [ French éloquence , Latin eloquentia , from eloquens . See Eloquent .] 1. Fluent, forcible, elegant, and persuasive speech in public; the power of expressing strong emotions in striking and appropriate language either spoken or written, thereby pr...
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eloquence

eloquence 1. The action, practice, or art of expressing thought with fluency, force, and appropriateness, so as to appeal to the reason or move the feelings of those who are recipients of such fluency. 2. The quality of being eloquent, as an attribute of speakers or writers, their utterances or style. 3. An alleged technical term denoting a company...
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eloquence

fluent speaking skillful use of language 
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eloquence

powerful and effective language
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eloquence

[n] - powerful and effective language
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