Definition of 'eloquent'
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The use of colour and the sound design are particularly eloquent. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Gatiss in particular is an eloquent and insightful critic. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Great comedians don't necessarily make eloquent presenters. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Therefore his speech was unusually eloquent'. The Times Literary Supplement (2012)Her writing is eloquent and profound, but this is rarely the first thing that you will read about her. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I can understand why he may not want to wax eloquent on the past 12 months. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Don't make eloquent speeches; be concise. Christianity Today (2000)She had voted for the conviction of a man who drove his errant lover into a tree; he made a brilliantly eloquent speech for acquittal. Times, Sunday Times (2008)
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British English: eloquent ADJECTIVE
Speech or writing that is eloquent is well expressed and effective in persuading people.
I heard him make a very eloquent speech at that dinner.
Definition of eloquent from the Collins English Dictionary
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