Examples of 'Articulate' in a Sentence
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- Her voice rose; it was noisy, but scarcely articulate.
- A sound of craving and eagerness that had nothing articulate in it but blood.
- He watched it, silent, thoughtful, and without articulate comment.
- For a second there was nothing articulate in that cry of savage exasperation, nothing even intelligent.
- But it was scarcely a time for articulate conversation.
- Here there was an unanimous shout of delight, followed by articulate blessings and utterances of gratitude.
- He was not articulate, and his gratitude caused me inexplicable pain.
- But music was not articulate.
- Such a message is naturally veiled and half articulate.
- Maximilian tried to speak, but he could articulate nothing; he staggered, and supported himself against the wainscot.
- He did not move an inch, nor articulate a sound.
- Anne of Austria started, and raised her arms towards Heaven, without being able to articulate a single word.
- I tried to tell him what I thought of him, but I could not articulate a word.
- 'And now, sir,' said Venus, 'having prepared your mind in the rough, I will articulate the details.'
- Raskolnikov's voice broke and he seemed unable to articulate the words clearly.
- "And have you made much money by your thinking?" she managed to articulate at last.
- He almost fell back in his place: his voice broke: he could hardly articulate the last phrase.
- His lips were moving as though trying to articulate something; no sound came, but still his lips moved.
- He was quite beside himself, and could hardly articulate his words for rage.
- Every now and then the lank man's lips fell apart, to indicate a word he could not articulate.
- Levin, shaking with sobs and unable to articulate a word, went out of the room.
- His mouth twitched, and his parched tongue seemed unable to articulate.
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