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I have heard the phrase before a few years ago and now I can't remember it and it's driving me nuts.

It's a figurative phrase or expression used when someone has the skill of speaking fluent with a great lexicon, someone eloquent. It's not silver tongue. It's goes more along the lines of someone that has the gift/touch of someone or something if I remember correctly.

The first and only time I heard the phrase was from a video of someone one (can't remember who it was as well, I'm so mad at myself because if would have been a clue) during an interview and they were acknowledging their way of well speaking because they had the insert phrase here

Looking forward for the responses.

EDIT: I kept searching in Google using my keywords and after 20 minutes after posting this I found it! It was the gift of gab.

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One who is loquacious speaks eloquently. As defined it means excessively talkative.

Edit: While looking you should check out usage of Blarney for ability to verbally smooth the way.

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    Thanks for the help, Elliot! I've got good news! I kept searching in Google using my keywords and after 20 minutes after posting this I found it! It was the gift of gab. – Peach Jul 9 '19 at 3:13

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