Eloquence Phrases

Eloquence Phrases

For those who do not like to talk for the sake of talking, with words that reach the recipient in a way that stays in their heart and brain. Phrases of eloquence.


In a easy subject, anyone can be eloquent. (Ovid)

Shortness is a great charm of eloquence. (Marco Tulio Cicero)

Eloquence is a painting of words. (Blaise Pascal)

Eloquence is the power to translate a truth into language that is perfectly intelligible to the person you are speaking to. (Ralph Waldo Emerson)

False eloquence is an exaggeration; the real eloquence is the emphasis. (Fran├žois de la Rochefoucauld)

Action is eloquence. (William Shakespeare)

Discretion in speech is more important than eloquence. (Proverb)

Eloquence is the essential in a speech, not information. (Mark Twain)

Courage easily finds its own eloquence. (Titus Plautus)

If the truth were self-evident, eloquence would not be necessary. (Marco Tulio Cicero)

True eloquence consists in saying all that is necessary and nothing but what is necessary. (Heinrich Heine)

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