articulating

[ adjective, noun ahr-tik-yuh-lit; verb ahr-tik-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF articulating
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He was speaking hurriedly, so that he had difficulty in articulating his words.

Gonytheca: articulating surface of femur to which the tibia is joined.

"You are not articulating well," I rather sarcastically observed.

For in the act of articulating to ourself the definite thought "I am I" we are using our will.

Sylvia's lips were so dry that she found difficulty in articulating.

Their articulating surfaces are covered by hyaline cartilage.

The other joints have a few hairs on the articulating margin.

Besides, the articulating surfaces are sometimes too convex.

Ivo was not only articulating, Paul was gratified to notice; he was enunciating.

Dimly he felt that a God was articulating in dawns and sunbeams.

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