Eloquence is the art of skillful speaking. This ability can be used to move or persuade an audience, such as Adolf Hitler and some other eloquent dictators did. Many more benign figures have been eloquent, including Winston Churchill.
Asked in Grammar, Adjectives and Articles
What are the comparative and superlative form of skillful?
The comparative form of "skillful" is "more skillful" and the superlative is "most skillful." ...
Asked in The Battle of Hastings
This was in a book who wrote it One hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the most skillful Subduing the other's military without battle is the most skillful?
This is an excerpt from "The Art of War" authored by Sun Tzu
Asked in Speech Writing
What is speech arts?
speaking is an action natural to all beings by using the voice and body, thoughts and feeling can be communicated to others. what separates common speaking from art of speech is the application of a techniques. therefore, speech arts is the application of a techniques: the skillful use of a speaker's tool which is the breath, volume, articulation, inflection, gesture and eye contact. ...
Asked in Fine Art, Public Speaking
What do you call a person skilled with the art of public speaking?
A person skilled in the art of public speaking is called an orator. Also a carnival barker (sarcasm). ...
Asked in Adjectives and Articles, Verbs
Is skillful a verb?
No, the word 'skillful' is an adjective, a word that describes a noun (a skillful carpenter, a skillful editor). A verb is a word that tells what the subject is or what the subject does. Examples: A skillful carpenter measures twice. (The verb 'measures' tells what the carpenter does) Marcus is a skillful editor. (the verb 'is' tells us what Marcus is) ...