Definition of eloquence in English:

eloquence

Syllabification: el·o·quence
Pronunciation: /ˈeləkwəns
 
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noun

Fluent or persuasive speaking or writing: a preacher of great power and eloquence
More example sentences
  • They think human eloquence and argument can persuade unbelievers to repent and believe.
  • This was the unbounded power of eloquence - of words - of burning noble words.
  • It is a speech that cannot fail to thrill the reader for its noble and patriotic eloquence.
Synonyms
fluency, articulateness, expressiveness, silver tongue, persuasiveness, forcefulness, power, potency, effectiveness;
informal gift of (the) gab, way with words

Origin

late Middle English: via Old French from Latin eloquentia, from eloqui 'speak out', from e- (variant of ex-) 'out' + loqui 'speak'.

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