fluency[ floo-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluency
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUENCY
Also it discusses local affairs with fluency and more or less point.
Yet his fluency never ran off into the fatal channels of verbosity.
He passed this off as a sort of reflection on his fluency of words.
His manner, his voice, his diction, his fluency were alike the subject of praise.
She could speak Latin with fluency and Greek moderately well.
Her fluency of speech was increasing out of all proportion to her age.
I despair of ever being able to speak this language with fluency.
He read that crabbed and difficult Greek with a fluency that surprised me.
He could read with fluency, and had plenty of cunning intelligence.
He was astonished at his fluency, because his mind was stammering and his hands twitching.
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