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fluent
used in The Age of Innocence

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Definition
able to easily comprehend and express; or expressed smoothly — especially in a foreign language
  • But Beaufort understood every turn of her dialect, and spoke it fluently: his view of life, his tone, his attitude, were merely a coarser reflection of those revealed in Count Olenski's letter.
    Chapter 15 (81% in)
  • The Vicar soon abandoned the struggle; but the tutor, who spoke the most fluent and accomplished English, gallantly continued to pour it out to her until the ladies, to the manifest relief of all concerned, went up to the drawing-room.
    Chapter 20 (62% in)

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