well-spoken

[wel-spoh-kuhn]
adjective
1.
speaking well, fittingly, or pleasingly: The new chairwoman was very well-spoken.
2.
polite in speech: a well-spoken gentleman.
3.
spoken in an apt, fitting, or pleasing manner: a few well-spoken words on civic pride.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English

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well-spoken
 
adj
1.  having a clear, articulate, and socially acceptable accent and way of speaking
2.  spoken satisfactorily or pleasingly

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Example sentences
He isn't merely well-spoken for a scientist, he is well-spoken, period.
He is a great role model: a successful athlete who is well-spoken and
  thoughtful.
Some well-spoken and heartfelt opposition to spousal hiring gave me food for
  thought.
Every decent and well-spoken individual affects and sways me more than is right.
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