Fluency

Antonyms of FLUENCY

Examples of usage:

  1. MacLeod entered into that with fluency. "Rose MacLeod" by Alice Brown
  2. The simile of " a string of pearls" of precisely similar size and shape has often been used in describing their fluency and clearness of outline. "Memories of a Musical Life" by William Mason
  3. Grammar was favorite light reading, and the philosophy which lies at the root of human speech a frequent subject of discussion and research with them; but they none of them spoke foreign languages with ease or fluency. "Records of a Girlhood" by Frances Ann Kemble
  4. Women, however, with a more assertive temperament, who have had, apparently, the same opportunities, often attain a considerable fluency, as is the case with one, a relative of the old woman of the house, who often visits here. "The Aran Islands" by John M. Synge
  5. His power of will is in inverse proportion to his fluency of speech. "Essays on Russian Novelists" by William Lyon Phelps
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