articulate

Part of speech: adverb

Articulately.

Part of speech: noun

ARTICULATENESS.

Part of speech: verb

To pronounce; enunciate; utter articulate sounds.

Part of speech: verb

To joint together.

Part of speech: adjective

Having distinct syllables; distinctly uttered.

Part of speech: adjective

Jointed; segmented.

Part of speech: noun

An invertebrate animal with segmented body, as an insect.

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Usage examples "articulate":

  1. And I was so angry and indignant with myself because I had to stop, when there were so many, many things that I wanted to say, if only my dry lips could articulate the words. - "Mary Marie", Eleanor H. Porter.
  2. In general the language of the understanding is articulate speech, that of the emotions is music. - "Wagner's Tristan und Isolde", George Ainslie Hight.
  3. But Slinn's trembling fingers could scarcely unfold the paper; and as his eyes fell upon its contents, his convulsive lips could not articulate a word. - "A Millionaire of Rough-and-Ready", Bret Harte.