ineloquently


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in·el·o·quent

 (ĭn-ĕl′ə-kwənt)
adj.
Lacking or displaying a lack of eloquence.

in·el′o·quence n.
in·el′o·quent·ly adv.
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Adv.1.ineloquently - without eloquence; in an inarticulate manner; "the freshman expresses his thoughts inarticulately"
articulately, eloquently - with eloquence; "he expressed his ideas eloquently"
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We witness and celebrate the loving commitment of this couple now because we love them and because we choose to celebrate love no matter how inelegantly it's practiced or how ineloquently it's expressed.
FOR HABERMAS, POLITICS IS INSEPARABLE from a process of "juridification" that rationalizes and civilizes it "and thereby transforms the character of the political as such." History, at least modern history, is the story of progress and progress entails nothing less than the unfolding of what Habermas rather ineloquently calls "democratic legal domestication." One might say that politics becomes law and nothing but law.
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