silver-tongued

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"There is no necessity for me to be silver-tongued with you," was the reply.

He was called "the silver-tongued orator" and "a flame of fire."

He was tall, gentlemanly, silver-tongued, and perfectly orthodox.

"Musica" was the nickname of the silver-tongued professor-politician.

There was its superb bell tower, and its peal of silver-tongued chimes.

He had an exceptionally melodious voice, and I have often heard him called "the silver-tongued orator."

The silver-tongued chimes cut into Jerrys speech, ringing out a live little prelude before striking seven.

The lieutenant's heroism served as a peg from which the silver-tongued ones turned themselves loose and kicked.

"The silver-tongued orator of the East," his appearance in any town or hamlet was greeted with the greatest enthusiasm.

Even the silver-tongued Sheridan himself made a poor impression upon the House with his earliest effort.

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