Eloquence meaning

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Eloquence is defined as being good with words and expressing things in a pleasing or persuasive manner.

An example of eloquence is a style or trait of a great author who writes beautiful and books and who is a great public speaker.

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The art or manner of such speech or writing.
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Speech or writing that is vivid, forceful, fluent, graceful, and persuasive.
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The quality of persuasive, moving, or graceful expression.

A passage of great eloquence.

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Persuasive power.
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The quality of artistry and persuasiveness in speech or writing.
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Origin of eloquence

  • From Old French eloquence, from Latin eloquentia.

    From Wiktionary