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  • adv. Without eloquence.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. Without eloquence.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an ineloquent manner; without eloquence.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. without eloquence; in an inarticulate manner


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ineloquent +‎ -ly


  • Thankfully, your "Publicist" so ineloquently, detailed every lie, and some half truths that will be the evidence for prosecution.

    Peter Sumaruck II

  • This US comment from Graphic Design Rants (20/4/07) sums things up pretty neatly, if somewhat ineloquently:

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • But at least the Demonstrations allow me to wax less ineloquently than others of similar proclivities.

    Wolfram Blog : Equations or Exploding Teapots?

  • No matter how eloquently or ineloquently he handles his favorite ongoing theme -– the role of chance, fate, luck in the universe –- you know it is a 90-minute attempt to escape culpability for that most infamous romantic episode in his life.

    Buzzine » ‘Whatever Works’: Take 2

  • Condescend all you like, Chris, but I think you'll find the majority of us do know what we're talking about however ineloquently many have stated it.

    Harry Potter Delay Evokes Angry Outbursts Amongst Fans «

  • What the younger people ineloquently call "sucking face."

    Hacker - Death at the Member-Guest

  • In a country gone mad, cattle and crops would be designated matters of “national security” as an un-elected occupant of the White House ineloquently declared, “the nation has to eat”.

    American Democracy: R.I.P | Letter Never Sent

  • "Say -- honestly?" he asked, ineloquently, with an irrepressible grin.

    Harriet and the Piper

  • Now, when she was face to face with his love, so ineloquently expressed, so radically a part of him, she knew that there was nothing in the world, external to him and her, that could enter into their reckonings; but into their reckonings there had not entered the one thing essential.


  • The problem with this system, as so ineloquently and disrespectfully expressed by Scott Reid in 2005, is that there is no way to guarantee that that money will contribute to the welfare of the child.

    Progressive Bloggers


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