- fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing.
Barbara Stewart gave an eloquent speech on the problems of child poverty.
People would listen to them only because of their eloquent expressions.
Her novels are generally escapist romances eloquent in their expression of the desires and anxieties of gender and race.
The testimonies of the young boys are quite eloquent of the systematic abuse spread over several years.
The member who spoke before me gave us a very interesting and eloquent speech.
His eloquent, amusing, yet sad and sensitive writing raises many timely and important issues.
His life and writings have given eloquent testimony that one may be both a man of science and a man of God.
She is intelligent, eloquent, attractive, modest, and a strong advocate for her positions.
For all the eloquent speeches that Blair has made, the reform agenda can hardly be said to have gathered pace.
She was eloquent, vocal and strong when she championed the cause of her students and her teacher colleagues.
His writing is superbly articulate and eloquent, the essence of literary beauty.
The Mennonite Church in Canada expresses such concern in eloquent, thoughtful terms.
Their three books together make a powerful and eloquent case for the abolition of the death penalty.
It was an eloquent speech that went unheard, except for the few of us present that day.
The arguments from both sides were eloquent and persuasive, and for some time it seemed that the verdict could go either way.
The material is clearly presented and written in a lucid and eloquent manner.
She was softly eloquent, speech slow and hesitant in picking out the perfect words.
This book is an eloquent contribution to the debate on the effects of a large group of chemicals and on the regulation of chemicals generally.
An eloquent powerful style portrays his sincerity to that which he believes in.
It is not merely that she is eloquent and articulate; she is also unusually shrewd and intelligent.
Pictures adorn many walls and words from many of his eloquent and inspirational speeches stare out from others.
It’s rare that we find a poker player who is able to express himself so eloquently.
Many other are more eloquently expressing their disbelief and horror at this result.
Obviously some people can express these thoughts more eloquently and creatively than most of us.
As far as the actual story is concerned, I cannot express it sufficiently eloquently in words.
Was corporate influence on the press, and its right to be wrong, ever more eloquently expressed?