The explainer in chief can easily and eloquently point to all that.
The artistic impulse for many of these stolen glimpses was eloquently characterized by Walker Evans in a letter to a friend.
No one does either as brilliantly or eloquently as Sandra Bullock.
Witch hunts, as Professor McWhorter so eloquently put it, are “not thought but sport.”
As McCain so eloquently stated Monday, we must not “risk our national honor to prevail in this or any war.”
Their contempt for their masters is almost beyond the German language to express, eloquently as they use it.
Channing had pleaded for it as eloquently as he pleaded for freedom.
If the curate could discourse half so eloquently he would have been a bishop long before this.
It must be that they recognize the brotherhood claim of which you were speaking so eloquently.
Mrs. Schofield came running, and eloquently put an end to Duke's winter bath.