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As if to drive home the distinction, he left the lofty language to the event’s youngest speaker, Amanda Gorman, a 22-year-old poet from Los Angeles whose spoken-word poem, “The Hill We Climb,” was the ceremony’s eloquent capstone.
An eloquent exception is a painting by Sina Ata, an American-born Iraqi who lives in Jordan.
I do not believe it is a matter of opinion that Assemblywoman Shirley Weber is the most eloquent and moving speaker among California politicians.
The book is dotted with tight, eloquent passages that unite these concerns.
Less explicit yet more eloquent are such wordless pictures as “Bloodletting,” in which torrents of pigment nearly submerge the stars and stripes.
He was a patriot of the noblest and most extensive views, and justly celebrated as a man of learning, eloquent and refined.
She looked up at him with sad and eloquent eyes, which softened his heart in spite of himself.
Tories will wax eloquent on "the pink miasma of revolutionary Radicalism."
Hugh said nothing, but his silence was eloquent to Evelyn, who knew now the whole story of the girl with the soft eyes.
Never had the black population of the city listened to or witnessed a more eloquent appeal.
THE HOMESTEADEROSCAR MICHEAUX

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