articulation

[ ahr-tik-yuh-ley-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF articulation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ARTICULATION

Articulation was difficult, and I did not know my own voice.

In the latter case, also, the distinctness of the articulation was improved.

The selection and articulation of these men in all communities is all that is necessary.

His English was good, and his articulation indicated a quality of breeding.

Arthrodial: an articulation that permits motion in any direction.

Joint: a segment or part between two incisures: an articulation.

The articulation of the leaves and flower is represented by simple gouge cuts.

The first words he uttered showed that his articulation was clearer.

A convention of articulation teachers was held as early as 1874.

It is simple, and well sung, with a distinctness of articulation not often heard.

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