Noun(1) powerful and effective language(2) skillfulness in speaking or writing(3) the quality of being facile in speech and writing
(1) Compared with their peers, diviners excel in insight, imagination, fluency in language, and knowledge of cultural traditions.(2) Don Eckelberry was a rare individual who possessed wide-ranging fluency of expression in his conversation, his writing, and in his painting.(3) They are dealing with a footballer whose physical attributes, swift fluency of movement and richness of technique equip him to be the most accomplished centre-back in the game.(4) ├ö├ç├┐Language fluency and communication form the rock foundation of the general skills,├ö├ç├û said Mr. Pallath.(5) Their definitions are compatible with the Steiner curriculum: the teaching of emotional intelligence; lateral, creative thinking, and fluency in foreign languages.(6) Beginning readers of an alphabetic language achieve fluency and skill as they develop an understanding of the sound-letter patterns within their writing system.(7) Forsythe's fluency of movement is revealed as he attempts to sever the control that the mind places over the body and dissolves into pure movement.(8) The improved fluency allowed the Hockeyroos to find their attacking rhythm, with three of the five goals the result of well-executed and creative play.(9) The grownups just laughed and commented on our intelligence and fluency .(10) By the way, I'm simplifying here by classing written and spoken fluency as the same thing.(11) Intelligence and verbal fluency are not necessarily linked, as listening to 30 minutes of commercial radio will attest.(12) At our best, we can construct word-maps dense with correspondences of breathtaking elegance and fluency .(13) The cursing continued for some time, barely audible, and showing a fluency that even more jaded Institute graduates would have been shocked at.(14) With some professional help and regular self-therapy, he was able to develop fluency in most speech situations.(15) There was no fluency or rhythm as they struggled to catch the flow of the play.(16) They both used the phrase ├ö├ç├┐uniquely human├ö├ç├û to describe certain cognitive abilities, such as language fluency and representational thought.
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