Eloquence Definition

ĕlə-kwəns
noun
Speech or writing that is vivid, forceful, fluent, graceful, and persuasive.
Webster's New World
The art or manner of such speech or writing.
Webster's New World
Persuasive power.
Webster's New World
The quality of persuasive, moving, or graceful expression.
A passage of great eloquence.
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Noun

Singular:
eloquence
Plural:
eloquences

Origin of Eloquence

  • From Old French eloquence, from Latin eloquentia.

    From Wiktionary

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