⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'eloquence' from English to Polish
NOUN   eloquence | -
SYNO eloquence | fluency | smoothness
elokwencja {f}eloquence
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Translation for 'eloquence' from English to Polish

elokwencja {f}
Usage Examples English
  • Athens was also the capital of eloquence. Since the late 5th century BC, eloquence had been elevated to an art form.
  • His learning and eloquence are frankly acknowledged by his Lutheran fellow-countryman Hermann Hamelmann.
  • That is, it is not the eloquence that is born from rhetoric, but the rhetoric is born by eloquence.
  • 1013 CE) wrote a book named "I'jaz al-Qur'an" ('inimitability of the Qur'an') and emphasized that the style of the Qur'an cannot be classified, and eloquence sustains throughout the Qur'an in spite of dealing with various themes.
  • At the top of the castle lies the Stone of Eloquence, better known as the Blarney Stone.
  • Ascanio Colonna (1560–1608) was an Italian Cardinal who in his lifetime enjoyed a reputation for eloquence and learning.
  • This spiritual and physical force is expressed as courage, eloquence, virility and fertility.
  • Since 2012, Sorbonne University has organized an eloquence contest called « Fleurs d’Éloquence », during which every Sorbonne University student can compete. 150 students participated in 2015.
  • He was a professor of "morals and eloquence" for twenty-four years.
  • The concept of eloquence could date back to the Rhetoric of the ancient Greeks, Calliope (one of the nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne) being the Muse of epic poetry and eloquence.
  • Although much the younger of the two, he instructed Gaius Albucius Silus in eloquence.
  • James Waddel (or Waddell, July 1739 – September 17, 1805) was an Irish American Presbyterian preacher from Virginia noted for his eloquence.
  • Plowden described him at his death as a judge 'de profound ingeny et graund eloquence' (of profound ingenuity and grand eloquence), and the Spanish ambassador called his death a great loss to the Catholic faction in England.
  • Ogmios (also known as Ogmius; [...]; [...]) was the Celtic deity of eloquence.
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