enunciate

Part of speech: verb

To articulate; utter; speak.

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Usage examples "enunciate":

  1. He had to say smart things that could be quoted and hawked about, and to enunciate wise saws in imitation of the master whose sayings are so unmercifully inflicted on us to this day. - "Fragments of an Autobiography", Felix Moscheles.
  2. " I- I do not know," said Marishka painfully struggling to make her lips enunciate. - "The Secret Witness", George Gibbs.
  3. To talk nonsense, or poetry, or the dash between the two, in a tone of profound sincerity, and to enunciate solemn discordances with received opinion so seriously as to convey the impression of a spiritual insight, is the peculiar gift by which monomaniacs, having first persuaded themselves, contrive to influence their neighbours, and through them to make conquest of a good half of the world, for good or for ill. - "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.