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articulate (ar TIK yuh lit) (adjective), more articulate, most articulate
A reference to speaking clearly, both in pronunciation and how a person presents his or her ideas: The senator had definite opinions, but sometimes he was unable to express them in an articulate manner.

The lawyer's articulate defense of his client was an essential element in securing her release from prison.

Able to speak clearly and well.
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articulate, articulates; articulated; articulating (ar tik" yuh LAYT) (verbs)
1. To express thoughts, ideas, or feelings coherently: "He was unable to articulate his grief regarding his wife's death."
2. To pronounce something or to speak, or to utter, intelligible speech clearly.
3. Able to express thoughts, ideas, or feelings coherently.
4. To form the kind of joint or connection that allows movement.
5. With joints or jointed segments that allow for motion, as in the bodies of higher vertebrates and arthropods: "The joints articulate, by uniting or connecting in order to allow movements of the hands, fingers, arms, toes, legs, etc."
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A reference to the ability of a person to speak well and clearly with distinct pronunciations and the intelligent presentations of words. (1)