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- adv. In an eloquent manner; stated well.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an eloquent manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- With eloquence; in an eloquent manner; in a manner to please, affect, or persuade.
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- adv. with eloquence
- adv. in an articulate manner
Second, a title eloquently announces the setting as "A Place Calling Itself Rome".
Seth Godin eloquently describes the fitness factor that makes a restaurant suited to getting placement in an airport: they have to be run by corporations whose primary skill is dealing with bureaucracies.
During the Q&A, following last Thursday's WGAe preview screening, Sorkin eloquently delineated the various materials with which he crafted his character arcs: Aristotle.
Thank you for once again eloquently expressing the angst we all feel. by
The expression eloquently magnifies the power which he possessed as far more precious than wealth, and it speaks of his assurance that he did possess it -- an assurance which rested, not only on his faith in his
‘When the heart and thoughts are whole, the tongue speaketh eloquently from the secret recesses of the soul.
This can be part of the "dark night" of which St John of the Cross wrote so eloquently, which is the purification of those souls who have given themselves to God, who are striving to love and serve Him.
Well, the writing, photo upload and posting is easy, and like you say so eloquently, that is the important thing.
He looked over at the older boy, whose expression eloquently declaimed that the whole world had conspired against him since the day of his birth.
To-night he was calling eloquently, she was following, frightened and yet obedient to his mastery.