articulate

[ adjective, noun ahr-tik-yuh-lit; verb ahr-tik-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF articulate

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I have grown tired of the articulate utterances of men and things.

My soul was so completely touched, that I could not articulate.

By and by, the rushing noise began to sound like articulate language.

When finally he was able to articulate it was in broken gasps.

His voice was rather feeble, but clear, articulate, and musical.

But his strength was gone and he could not articulate any more.

He is unable to speak or to articulate any sound with distinctness.

A terrible symptom was that their tongues refused to articulate a sound.

I managed to articulate that I had been sent from Gray Gables with a carriage for her.

He was not articulate, and his gratitude caused me inexplicable pain.

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