What Is the Definition of Eloquent?

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The term eloquent is used as an adjective and it means characterised by persuasive, powerful discourse. It also means visibly or vividly expressive, as of an emotion. This term also means expressing yourself readily, clearly, or effectively.
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The words elegant, tint, lint, and mint are all that I can think of.
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"It's been really great talking with you! Then shake hands and then say "I've got to {polite excuse: "get going now" "use the facilities" etc. See you
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Perhaps you should reconsier your question, there is no such thing as 'an eloquence', it is just eloquence.
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el·o·quent
[el-uh-kwuhnt]
ADJECTIVE
1.
having or exercising the power of fluent, forceful, and appropriate speech: an eloquent orator.
2.
characterized by forceful and appropriate expression: an eloquent speech.
3.
movingly expressive: looks eloquent of disgust.
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