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- adv. In an articulate manner.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. After the manner, or in the form, of a joint.
- adv. Article by article; in distinct particulars; in detail; definitely.
- adv. With distinct utterance of the separate sounds.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a jointed manner; by joints: as, parts of a body articulately united.
- In an articulate manner; with distinct utterance of syllables or words.
- Article by article; in detail.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an articulate manner
- adv. with eloquence
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You saw a pair of boots sticking out from a blanket, and they looked exactly like your own; there was no ground for thinking that the thing that had come to the owner of these boots was not going to come just as casually to you … So before going into action he would utter a phrase articulately beneath his breath: ‘Today I may die.’
And three days ago, I couldn't help but see the now-infamous Matt Lauer interview with the President where he "articulately" stated he was consulting experts about the spill "in order to find out whose ass to kick."
Referring to a political discussion in an older NY Times op-ed piece about the racial politics of speaking "articulately," Mitali makes some good points about ye olde Southern Louisiana belle.
The thickly dense forest of complex, interlocking subordinate clauses necessary to speak Japanese decently, much less "articulately", is quite difficult to master, though it makes up the bulk of actual conversation, being rather simple for the Japanese themselves.
How refreshing to hear an accomplished woman speak off the cuff and articulately and not appear air-headed, even though the subject is quite light.
Thanks to Chris for presenting this issue fairly and articulately.
He was someone who read books and could speak articulately.
So prepare in order to rest assured that you can answer the interview questions without breaking a sweat, and practice so you can deliver your answers articulately.
The speech was noncontrovercial and articulately and thoughtfully delivered.
Save your time The infant is presented with a word; the word is pronounced slowly and articulately; and an arrow follows simultaneously beneath the word at the same tempo.