Examples of inarticulate in a Sentence
He's smart, but somewhat inarticulate.
I was almost inarticulate with rage.
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The multiracial Californian turned Floridian also looks and sounds like America would like to look and sound (in contrast to the pasty and inarticulate incumbent) if America were an action figure.
Reagan is described as intellectually incurious, inarticulate, not deeply read, acting from instinct rather than reflection.
Wild Bill’ Haywood … the tepid social-work impulse of do-gooders, inarticulate and amorphous desire to ‘
Hale communicates his character in large part through a masterful array of inarticulate sounds.
What follows is a superb comic scene pitting Hannah’s verbally open vulnerability and desire to please — up to a point — in conflict with Adam’s inarticulate desire that is unconcerned with her needs.
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Synonymsmute, speechless, voiceless
Related Wordstongue-tied; incoherent, incomprehensible; closemouthed, laconic, reserved, reticent, taciturn, tight-lipped, uncommunicative; mum, nonspeaking, quiet, silent, wordless
Near Antonymsblabby, chatty, communicative, expansive, gabby, garrulous, loquacious, talkative, talky, vocal; expatiating, speaking out, speaking up; articulating, speaking, talking; articulate, eloquent, fluent, voluble
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