I’m introducing a brand new section to the blog and I’m going to call it the Weekly Word. Most of the time it will come on a Monday morning but this week it’s going to be Friday – other things got in the way this week unfortunately!
So, the plan is that I share a word of the week and people can submit the unusual, imaginative or completely accurate usage of the word in a single sentence or a paragraph.
This weeks word is ELOQUENT it is an adjective pronounced ‘e-lo-kwent’
It means to have forceful, persuasive and fluent expression in speech or writing; or to be movingly expressive and/or revealing
- Her success was an eloquent reminder of the value of a good education and hard work.
- An eloquent speaker or author is able to persuade others to adopt their point of view.
Origins of the word Eloquent