Hardly a dozen out of 670, and these only under the persuasion of conspicuous personal qualifications and popular eloquence.
He looks at her with an eloquent blush, and runs off.
[to Don Juan] You have been so eloquent on the advantages of my dominions that I leave you to do equal justice to the drawbacks of the alternative establishment.
[carried away by the relief of hearing her own opinion so eloquently expressed] Oh, she is a hypocrite.
It is narrated that in the eighteen-seventies an old lady, a very devout Methodist, moved from Colchester to a house in the neighborhood of the City Road, in London, where, mistaking the Hall of Science for a chapel, she sat at the feet of Charles Bradlaugh for many years, entranced by his eloquence, without questioning his orthodoxy or moulting a feather of her faith.
That is all very eloquent, my young friend; but if you had lived to Ana’s age, or even to mine, you would have learned that the people who get rid of the fear of poverty and children and all the other family troubles, and devote themselves to having a good time of it, only leave their minds free for the fear of old age and ugliness and impotence and death.
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Her eloquence is unquestioned even amongst those who disagree with her.