from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking or displaying a lack of eloquence.
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- adj. Not eloquent
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Not eloquent; not fluent, graceful, or moving; not persuasive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not eloquent; wanting the quality or characteristics of eloquence.
Wrongly, all the press coverage since Alvin Greene's more-than-unlikely primary victory has focused on his inability: he is "ineloquent", too "inexperienced", too "stupid".
But I still want to add my piping, squeaking ineloquent voice too, to give accolades, and pay tribute
These are the same fanatics who shut their eyes when it was proven that their champion, the ineloquent and uneducated President George W. Bush had ducked active duty service during the Vietnam War to hide out in a reserve unit that he often failed to report for duty for because he was working on the campaigns of his politically connected father's friends.
But if you're from the rural middle class and talk the way most middle-American people do, well, go back to the dirt-floor cabin from whence you came, you garbling ineloquent rube.
DOBBS: Helpful -- former Defense Secretary Rumsfeld known for his blunt but ineloquent style.
Boyd Gaines is superb as the desperate adman, forcing his ineloquent body into simulations of Dionysiac movement.
The reason orators use this trick: Being blunt and ineloquent means they must be honest and steadfast.
"God wants me to run for president," says Brolin's Bush to his Evangelical Reverend, comparing his ineloquent yet steadfast conviction to that of a persevering Moses carrying out God's "Divine Plan."
Here's my awkward and ineloquent "really deep thought" for the night.
But like McCain, he was regularly depicted as curmudgeonly and an ineloquent speaker.