articulates

[ adjective, noun ahr-tik-yuh-lit; verb ahr-tik-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF articulates
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Dugès also made a comparison of Articulates with Vertebrates.

He rejects Geoffroy's theory of the vertebrate nature of Articulates.

He articulates perfectly, and never minces his words one way or another.

Its dorsal end is drawn out into a process which articulates with the coracoid.

It articulates with the second metatarsal and with the navicular.

It articulates with the third metatarsal and with the navicular.

It articulates with the fourth and fifth metatarsals and with the calcaneum.

"The children have hardly had a bite all day," articulates Sarah.

“You told—” she articulates, as if struggling for self-mastery.

In the ox and the sheep, it articulates with a process of the malar bone.