wax eloquent

wax eloquent

Fig. to speak with eloquence. Perry never passed up a chance to wax eloquent at a banquet.
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It's amazing how many gun owners, both target shooters and hunters, wax eloquent about how much getting outside means to them, how it "connects" them to the great outdoors, yet many of them "trash" the very environment they claim to cherish.
I could wax eloquent on the many merits of this book.
Kapoor was also present with his three stars at the do, to wax eloquent about his new film.
Well, at this point the teacher takes on a serious note and begins to wax eloquent (forgive the pun) about projectile emissions.
If I wax eloquent in this review, it is because this was one of the most beautiful and masterfully performed concerts I have attended in a long time.
If you ask a man, he will wax eloquent on softness, grace and charm as the epitomes of femininity.
Her down-memory-lane comments prompted her friends to wax eloquent on the pleasant weather.
There's nothing like the feel of a book in your hands; the smell of the ink and the crackle of the pages," book readers will usually wax eloquent about the real thing over the virtual.
A sampler of my personal why-and-what-to-do moments from Boston 2012: Why, in all these years of dutiful interaction, haven't I ever listened to the captivating Abigail Adams of People's Light & Theatre Company wax eloquent about her Pennsylvania troupe's adventuresome programming and collaborative bent?
He said that the poor state of affairs of government hospitals in Punjab and the insulting manner in which the doctors and patients are being treated in the province wax eloquent of the poor policies of the Punjab government.
The Class XI student of Winchester School in Dubai can wax eloquent on the essence of infinity, the wonders of the human brain and the state of consciousness.
IN EIGHTH-GRADE SPEECH class at Lakewood Junior High School in North Little Rock, I was required to wax eloquent about the word written on a slip of paper that I pulled out of a hat: Christmas.
For this issue, we asked our columnists to wax eloquent on the larger theme of architecting new library frameworks, and we asked our contributors for case studies on using technology to help restructure functions or deliver new services in new ways.
How can anybody wax eloquent in a situation like that?
Mr Zardari may in his conversations and speeches wax eloquent about the sacrifices made by Pakistan in the war against terrorism.