fluency

Part of speech: noun

The quality of being fluent; Copious; flowing; smooth, as style. readiness and ease of speech or expression. - fluentness.

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Usage examples "fluency":

  1. It was obvious the skipper had been a good deal on the Spanish Main, as he spoke their language with a fluency that left no doubt as to what he had been doing for many years. - "Looking Seaward Again", Walter Runciman.
  2. She complimented him sadly on the fluency of his English, and told him with a sigh that in no cottage would he ever again find the comforts with which Baker's was now surrounding him. - "The Princess Priscilla's Fortnight", Elizabeth von Arnim.
  3. The crowd was completely amazed at the vigor and fluency of Douglas' speech. - "Children of the Market Place", Edgar Lee Masters.