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eloquent (adj.)
well spoken
e loqu
He is an eloquent commissioner for the NFL, with clear ideas to improve apon in the league.
loquacious (adj.)
very talkative
loqu
When toddlers learn to talk they tend to be loquacious.
circumloqution (n.)
evasive speech; talking around the subject
loqu
A spokes person must have a circumloqution to succeed in there work.
colloquial (adj.)
conversational; using everyday language
loqu
It is important to be colloquial when meeting new people so you can get to know what each other are like.
grandiloquent (adj.)
speaking in a popous manner
loqu
The boy spoke gandiloquently about himself to try and impress the girl.
elocution (n.)
expressive delivery of public speech
e loqu
Hitler perfected eloqution gaining so many followers from his speeches.