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Mr. Beale struck him as a fattened duplicate of Mr. Illington, thin of lip, hard of eye, slow and precise in enunciation.
THE WINNING CLUEJAMES HAY, JR.
The Philadelphian is quite as marked in tone and enunciation.
AS A CHINAMAN SAW USANONYMOUS
And with slow enunciation Sybil pronounced the mystic words which she had heard repeated by the sexton.
ROOKWOODWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
While it had been intelligible, his enunciation was puzzling at times; occasionally hardly understandable.
WARRIOR OF THE DAWNHOWARD CARLETON BROWNE
Factum est: and beyond the information contained in the enunciation of the Fact, it can be characterized only by the consequences.
AIDS TO REFLECTIONSAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
Should any breath be spent in aspiration, or in hissing, or in guttural enunciation, the vocality is said to be impure.
THE ONTARIO READERS: THE HIGH SCHOOL READER, 1886MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
His enunciation was not distinct, so that in reading his own verses—he 148 could not recite them—he was forcible but not graceful.
THE STONES OF PARIS IN HISTORY AND LETTERS, VOLUME I (OF 2)BENJAMIN ELLIS MARTIN
This Witch of Endor offered to tell my fortune, with much dignity and proper oracular enunciation.
THE WORKS OF ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON - SWANSTON EDITION VOL. XXII (OF 25)ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Immediately he began to read, unconsciously emphasizing the emphatic words—a little trick of his enunciation.
MURDER IN ANY DEGREEOWEN JOHNSON
Their leader was a small grey-headed man with trembling hands and very indistinct enunciation.
TRANS-HIMALAYA, VOL. 2 (OF 2)SVEN HEDIN

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