Quotes with eloquence
The eloquence of a scientist is clarity; scientific truth is always more luminous when its beauty is unadorned than when it is tricked out in the embellishments with which our imagination would seek to clothe it.
Of representative assemblies may not this good be said: that contending parties fight there, since fight they must, by petition [and] parliamentary eloquence, not by sword, bayonet and bursts of military cannon.
There is as much eloquence in the tone of the voice, in the eyes, and in the air of a speaker as in his choice of words.
There is at least as much eloquence in the voice, eyes, and air of a speaker as in his choice of words.