Characterized by persuasive, powerful discourse: an eloquent speaker; an eloquent sermon. (adjective)
Vividly or movingly expressive: a look eloquent with compassion. See Synonyms at expressive.(adjective)
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Use "eloquent" in a sentence
"I couldn't pronounce the word "eloquent" correctly and I was wearing a black dress I had borrowed from my sister."
"The part of the brain that this seems to have affected is what we call eloquent brain, some of the highest prices real estate in the brain."
"The man stands up there and speaks in eloquent terms of part of the proposed legislation that is nothing more than smoke and mirrors."