enunciate

[ ih-nuhn-see-eyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF enunciate

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENUNCIATE

We enunciate a principle of government, and then deny it in practise.

“Say it again and over you go,” the mate managed to enunciate thickly.

It is needless to enunciate the weight of the earth in our ordinary units.

He is content to enunciate a truth, and to call it probable.

We enunciate a principle of government, and then deny its practice.

She is taught to enunciate clearly and to speak courteously and agreeably.

To define, he says, is to enunciate the essence of that which is defined.

It does not, indeed, seem easy to enunciate the scheme itself.

It is a quotidian truth that few before him had the courage or clairvoyancy to enunciate.

He was choking too badly over his German wrath to enunciate words.

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