I've seen eloquent used twice now in historical romances in place of elegant. In one, the hero buys the heroine an eloquent horse. My first thought was "Mr. Ed's ancestor, perhaps?"
The other instance, hero was running his hand down the heroine's eloquent back. Sigh.
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