articulacy

noun
ar·tic·u·la·cy | \ är-ˈti-kyə-lə-sē \

Definition of articulacy 

chiefly British

: the quality or state of being articulate

Examples of articulacy in a Sentence

the impressive articulacy of the members of the debating society known as the Oxford Union

First Known Use of articulacy

1897, in the meaning defined above

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