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  • 1 articulate — 1. SYN: articulated. 2. Capable of distinct and connected meaningful speech. (ar tik′yu lat). 3. To join or connect together loosely to allow motion between the parts. 4. To speak distinctly and connectedly. [L. articulo, pp. atus, to a.] * * *… …

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  • 2 articulate — [är tik′yo͞o lit, är tik′yəlit; ] for v. [, är′tik′yo͞olāt΄, är tik′yəlāt΄] adj. [L articulatus, pp. of articulare, to separate into joints, utter distinctly < articulus: see ARTICLE] 1. having parts connected by joints; jointed: usually… …

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  • 3 articulate — I. adjective Etymology: Latin articulatus jointed, past participle of articulare, from articulus Date: 1586 1. a. divided into syllables or words meaningfully arranged ; intelligible b. able to speak c. expressing oneself readily, clearly, or… …

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  • 4 articulate — adjective α: tɪkjʊlət 1》 fluent and clear in speech. 2》 technical having joints or jointed segments.     ↘Zoology denoting a brachiopod which has projections and sockets that form a hinge joining the two halves of the shell. verb α: tɪkjʊleɪt 1》… …

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  • 5 articulate — I. a. 1. Jointed, articulated, formed with joints. 2. Distinctly uttered, distinct, clear, clearly audible, intelligible. II. v. a. 1. Join, unite by joints, unite, connect, fasten together. 2. Utter distinctly (as respects the elementary sounds) …

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  • 6 articulacy — articulate ► ADJECTIVE 1) fluent and clear in speech. 2) having joints or jointed segments. ► VERB 1) pronounce (words) distinctly. 2) clearly express (an idea or feeling). 3) form a joint. 4) ( …

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  • 7 articulate — ► ADJECTIVE 1) fluent and clear in speech. 2) having joints or jointed segments. ► VERB 1) pronounce (words) distinctly. 2) clearly express (an idea or feeling). 3) form a joint. 4) ( …

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  • 8 articulately — articulate ► ADJECTIVE 1) fluent and clear in speech. 2) having joints or jointed segments. ► VERB 1) pronounce (words) distinctly. 2) clearly express (an idea or feeling). 3) form a joint. 4) ( …

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  • 9 articulateness — articulate ► ADJECTIVE 1) fluent and clear in speech. 2) having joints or jointed segments. ► VERB 1) pronounce (words) distinctly. 2) clearly express (an idea or feeling). 3) form a joint. 4) ( …

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  • 10 articulation — articulate ► ADJECTIVE 1) fluent and clear in speech. 2) having joints or jointed segments. ► VERB 1) pronounce (words) distinctly. 2) clearly express (an idea or feeling). 3) form a joint. 4) ( …

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  • 11 syl|la|ble — «SIHL uh buhl», noun, verb, bled, bling. –n. 1. a word or part of a word pronounced as a unit, usually consisting of a vowel alone or a vowel with one or more consonants. A mer i can and Al a bam a are words of four syllables. Do, this, and… …

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  • 12 inarticulate — I. adjective Etymology: Late Latin inarticulatus, from Latin in + articulatus, past participle of articulare to utter distinctly more at articulate Date: 1603 1. a. of a sound uttered or formed without the definite articulations of intelligible… …

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  • 13 Casabianca (poem) — See Casabianca (disambiguation) for other meanings Casabianca is a poem by British poet Felicia Dorothea Hemans, first published in the Monthly Magazine for August 1826.The poem opens:::The boy stood on the burning deck::Whence all but he had… …

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  • 14 bradyarthria — A form of dysarthria characterized by an abnormal slowness or deliberation in speech. SYN: bradyglossia (2), bradylalia, bradylogia. [brady + G. arthroo, to utter distinctly, fr. arthron, a joint] * * * brady·ar·thria (brad″e ahrґthre… …

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  • 15 articulate — {{11}}articulate (adj.) 1580s in the speech sense (1570s as formulated in articles ), from L. articulatus (see ARTICULATE (Cf. articulate) (v.)). Literal meaning composed of segments united by joints is from c.1600; the general sense of speaking… …

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  • 16 articulation — (n.) early 15c., a joint or joining; setting of bones, from O.Fr. articulation, from M.L. articulationem (nom. articulatio) separation into joints, noun of action from pp. stem of articulare to separate (meat) into joints, also to utter… …

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  • 17 sound — sound1 [sound] n. [< ME soun (+ unhistoric d) < OFr son < L sonus < IE * swonos, a sound, noise < base * swen , to sound > OE swinsian, to sing, make music] 1. a) vibrations in air, water, etc. that stimulate the auditory nerves …

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  • 18 express — ex·press 1 adj: directly and distinctly stated or expressed rather than implied or left to inference compare implied express 2 vt: to make known (one s thoughts, ideas, or opinions) by words, conduct, or symbols see also expression M …

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  • 19 History of the Jews —     History of the Jews     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► History of the Jews     (Yehúd m; Ioudaismos).     Of the two terms, Jews and Judaism, the former denotes usually the Israelites or descendants of Jacob (Israel) in contrast to Gentile races;… …

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  • 20 Pronounce — Pro*nounce , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Pronounced}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Pronounging}.] [F. prononcer, L. pronunciare; pro before, forth + nunciare, nuntiare, to announce. See {Announce}.] [1913 Webster] 1. To utter articulately; to speak out or… …

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