Word – Eloquent
Eloquent – Word of the Day
(adjective): Expressive and Oratorical (Clearly expressing views either by speaking or writing). It can be used to describe something which is extraordinarily expressive or persuasive.
The word ‘Eloquent’ means expressing strong emotions fluently in an appropriate speech. History dates back to the late 14 century; the name ‘Eloquent’ comes from Old French ‘eloquent’ and the Latin word ‘elonquentem (nominative eloquens).
1. Adjective Examples – Eloquent:
- Many people praised her speech as it was so eloquent.
- If you want to be eloquent in speaking French, you must practice it daily.
- Mona Lisa’s statue is considered to be an eloquent piece of artwork.
- An eloquent leader will guide his team and achieve his goals.
- He gave a very eloquent description of why his idea was more effective than others’ opinions.
2. Noun examples – Eloquence:
- The complicated theorem was simplified and explained with eloquence.
- Most of the Actors talk with eloquence during the talk shows.
- The play was a hit as it was inspired by Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet’s eloquence.
- The principal spoke with eloquence on the need for a better understanding among the students.
- Rohan’s commanding eloquence failed to impress the audience.
3. Adverb Examples – Eloquently:
- She delivered her presentation eloquently with facts and pieces of information.
- The monologues are written eloquently.
- If prose is written eloquently, then it becomes a poem.
- She narrated the script eloquently and everyone was impressed.
- Steve eloquently described the basics of the surgery procedures.