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belles-lettres (used with a sing. verb) elegant or polished writing; literature regarded as having an aesthetic function, as distinguished from informative or persuasive writing.
eloquence powerful, impressive, or persuasive writing or esp. speaking. [1/2 definitions]
eloquent fluent, apt, and persuasive, as a speaker or a speech. [1/2 definitions]
low-pressure quietly persuasive; subtle. [1/3 definitions]
Odysseus the protagonist of The Odyssey, known for his cleverness and persuasive oratory; Ulysses.
persuasion ability to convince; persuasive force. [1/3 definitions]
potent persuasive or influential. [1/4 definitions]
sales talk a discussion or persuasive presentation designed to sell a product or win support for an idea or course of action.
silver pleasant-sounding, eloquent, or persuasive. [1/12 definitions]
silver-tongued persuasive or eloquent, esp. in speaking.
soft-spoken of words, spoken in a smooth, ingratiating, or persuasive manner. [1/2 definitions]
strong persuasive; compelling. [1/13 definitions]
talking point a fact, idea, or view that is esp. persuasive or supportive of one side in an argument.
threadbare trite and not persuasive or interesting. [1/3 definitions]
unpersuasive combined form of persuasive.
weak not persuasive or convincing. [1/7 definitions]