fluent[ floo-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF fluent
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FLUENT
He was a rapid, fluent talker, with excited utterance at times.
His antagonist was Dr. Gunning, ready, fluent, and impassioned.
Then our friend Kenyon, who is a fluent speaker, can lay the case before them.'
Fluent and voluble upon all other subjects, upon this he hesitated.
His English was slower and not as fluent as that of Zoro, and his words harder to understand.
"Fortuna de guerra, senor capitan," said he in fluent Spanish.
Onslow's French was not fluent, and he was silent from shame.
But this was not an easy thing to do, for Strickland was not a fluent talker.
He is fluent in oath and objurgation, cursing like an inmate of the pit.
Not so fluent, perhaps, as their fathers, they are more thoughtful.