Definition of eloquently in US English:

eloquently

adverb

  • In a fluent or persuasive manner.

    ‘commentators have spoken eloquently on both sides of the issue’
    • ‘As she so eloquently writes, ancient Mesopotamian sites and artifacts are part of the fabric of her earliest memories.’
    • ‘I'm sure he phrased it rather more eloquently.’
    • ‘But his eloquently argued position that film-makers have a social responsibility also strikes a chord with me.’
    • ‘Professor Hobby eloquently explains his position at the start of the film.’
    • ‘One image in the series eloquently conveys this movement.’
    • ‘It is also eloquently plotted, so we understand the situations and dramatics instantly and inherently.’
    • ‘However, perhaps because of their maturity, the characters talk frequently and eloquently about their circumstances.’
    • ‘I first saw this suggestion very eloquently expressed in a short column by Roger Ebert.’
    • ‘Malcolm X was eloquently militant, sophisticated, and his speeches finely crafted.’
    • ‘He eloquently argued that we thus have a moral imperative to think and act globally, whatever our personal specialties might be.’

Pronunciation

eloquently

/ˈɛləkwəntli//ˈeləkwəntlē/