eloquent[ el-uh-kwuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF eloquent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ELOQUENT
When all was "right," how eloquent the lip-music of coachee!
"I've an aversion to your eloquent old heathen," she pleaded.
His speech was not eloquent, nor did it flatter the Leopard Woman, but it was to the point.
It hushed the eloquent, struck down the powerful, abolished the beautiful and good.
His most eloquent teaching was his ministration to the wants and the sufferings of the wretched.
For this reason, also, foxes are crafty and eloquent even at the present day.
Mr. Gladstone in the House was voluble, eloquent, communicative.
His sermon was eloquent and literary, and it was delivered with elocutionary power.
"Ah," was her only reply; but the monosyllable was eloquent.
The American, the puritan in him, swiftly rose to her eloquent exhortation.