She had been proved right so eloquently, she had thought, that comments were unnecessary.
The way she looked at him was such an eloquent, desperate question, that he had to add, "I know that I am going to refuse."
He made the same sound; its meaning was so eloquent that she needed no other answer.
Rearden asked, in the tone of the most eloquent salute he could offer, "Where did you learn to work like that?"
The sharp brevity of the sound seemed to expand it into an eloquent statement.
He turned away, but as he moved across the room his steps were as eloquent as the sound of a voice.
She turned to look at him and he saw the light of an inner smile, while her face remained solemnly grave; it was the most eloquently personal glance he had ever seen directed at himself, while she answered in a quiet, impersonal voice, "Mr. Taggart, what else is there to look up to?"
…the recognition of finding a conscious enemy, with only a deaf wall to batter, a wall of the most effective soundproofing: indifference, that swallowed blows, chords and screams-a battle of silence, for a man who could give to sounds a greater eloquence than they had ever carried-the silence of obscurity, of loneliness, of the nights when some rare orchestra played one of his works and he looked at the darkness, knowing that his soul went in trembling, widening circles from a radio…
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Her eloquence is unquestioned even amongst those who disagree with her.