Definition of articulation
1a : a joint or juncture between bones or cartilages in the skeleton of a vertebrateb : a movable joint between rigid parts of an animal
2a : the action or manner of jointing or interrelating the articulation of the limbsb : the state of being jointed or interrelated
4 : occlusion 1b
Examples of articulation in a Sentence
The book is the articulation of his vision.
her boyfriend's articulation of his feelings for her was long overdue
Recent Examples of articulation from the Web
The camp is free and funded through the CHSD 218's Articulation budget.
The Choral Arts Society of Washington, prepared by artistic director Scott Tucker, sang from memory and with keen attentiveness to dynamics and articulation.
The best articulation of the strength of Mueller’s team comes from Wired’s overview.
This song gave perfect articulation to my idea of how to move through life.
Students were judged on physical presence, voice and articulation, dramatic appropriateness, evidence of understanding and overall performance.
Hailing from the company’s Marvel Legends series, the figure features more than 30 points of articulation for poses and display, and comes in premium red packaging with braille on the back and artwork by Marvel’s chief creative officer, Joe Quesada.
But long before that major league duel arose last night came perhaps the most provocative articulation of the event.
The 103-page Wisconsin plan is, in many ways, an articulation of current policies.
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ARTICULATION Defined for Kids
Definition of articulation for Students
: the making of articulate sounds (as in speaking)
Medical Definition of articulation
1: the action or manner in which the parts come together at a joint a sketch showing the articulation of the limbs
2a: a joint between bones or cartilages in the vertebrate skeleton that is immovable when the bones are directly united, slightly movable when they are united by an intervening substance, or more or less freely movable when the articular surfaces are covered with smooth cartilage and surrounded by a joint capsule—see amphiarthrosis, diarthrosis, synarthrosisb: a movable joint between rigid parts of any animal (as between the segments of an insect appendage)
4a (1): the act of properly arranging artificial teeth (2): an arrangement of artificial teethb: occlusion 2a
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