Eloquence

  • 21eloquence — noun the eloquence of his sermons Syn: fluency, articulateness, expressiveness, silver tongue, persuasiveness, forcefulness, power, potency, effectiveness; oratory, rhetoric, grandiloquence, magniloquence; informal gift of the gab, way with words …

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  • 22eloquence — /ˈɛləkwəns/ (say eluhkwuhns) noun 1. the action, practice, or art of using language with fluency, power, and aptness. 2. eloquent language or discourse: a flow of eloquence …

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  • 23eloquence — noun Date: 14th century 1. discourse marked by force and persuasiveness; also the art or power of using such discourse 2. the quality of forceful or persuasive expressiveness …

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  • 24eloquence — noun /ˈɛləkwəns/ The quality of artistry and persuasiveness in speech or writing …

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  • 25eloquence — Synonyms and related words: articulacy, articulateness, debating, declamation, demagogism, elocution, expression, expressiveness, facility of speech, facundity, fervor, force, forcefulness, forensics, homiletics, lecturing, meaningfulness,… …

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  • 26eloquence — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. oratory, rhetoric, power; fluency, persuasiveness, volubility. See loquacity, speech. Ant., hesitancy, stammering. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [The quality of effective speech] Syn. fluency, articulateness …

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  • 27eloquence — forceful and appealing speech Styles of Speech …

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  • 28eloquence — el·o·quence || elÉ™kwsÉ™ns n. fluent and appropriate manner of speaking …

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  • 29eloquence — [ ɛləkwəns] noun fluent or persuasive speaking or writing. Origin ME: via OFr. from L. eloquentia, from eloqui speak out …

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  • 30eloquence — n. 1. Oratory, art of speaking well, (in public). 2. Graceful and vigorous utterance, fit words in fit places, appropriate expression. 3. Impassioned utterance, flowing and impassioned speech, speech full of appropriate feeling …

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  • 31eloquence — n power of speech, forcefulness, expressiveness, cogency; elocution, diction, address, articulation, enunciation; gift of gab, command of words, way with words, Archaic. facundity; (all of speech) fluency, facility, ease, gracefulness, glibness,… …

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  • 32eloquence — el·o·quence …

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  • 33eloquence — See: eloquent …

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  • 34eloquence — el•o•quence [[t]ˈɛl ə kwəns[/t]] n. 1) the ability to use language with fluency and aptness 2) eloquent speech or writing • Etymology: 1350–1400; < L …

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  • 35Éloquence —    см. Красноречие …

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  • 36eloquence — n. 1 fluent and effective use of language. 2 rhetoric. Etymology: ME f. OF f. L eloquentia f. eloqui speak out (as E , loqui speak) …

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  • 37Eloquence (album de Bill Evans) — Eloquence Album par Bill Evans Sortie circa 1975 Enregistrement 1973 1975 Genre Jazz Producteur Helen Keane Label …

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  • 38Éloquence judiciaire — ● Éloquence judiciaire un des trois genres d éloquence que distingue la rhétorique …

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  • 39Eloquence (album) — Infobox Album | Name = Eloquence Type = Album Artist = Oscar Peterson Released = 1965 Recorded = May 29, 1965 Genre = Jazz Length = 40:49 Label = Verve Records Producer = Fred Burkhardt Reviews = * Allmusic Rating|3|5… …

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  • 40Concours d'éloquence — Éloquence Voir « éloquence » sur le Wiktionnaire …

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