The noun eloquence means using words clearly and give a strong message enough to be persuasive or affect other’s opinions.

Synonyms are rhetoric, articulateness, oratory, or magniloquence.

The word origins from Old French (12th century) eloquence, Latin eloquentia, and eloquentem (nominative eloquens) meaning “eloquent”, which is the present participle of eloqui which means “speak out”.

Her eloquence is quite powerful.

All she needed was eloquence and she’s good to go, say a 60-40 chance of winning.

It was a short speech but cannot hide the thrilling patriotic eloquence.