Definition of articulatus
1. articulate [ v ] speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way
Examples: "She pronounces French words in a funny way" "I cannot say `zip wire'" "Can the child sound out this complicated word?"
(Rosemary Balckmon, "How Much Do You Tell When...)
Immediately thereafter , the patient fractures her rehearsed story , veering into an oversoft , breathy , sloppily articulated , `` I do n't feel_like talking right_now '' .Synonyms say pronounce enunciate articulate sound_out enounce Related Terms stress explode voice drawl raise syllabize aspirate sibilate subvocalize lilt twang round palatalize devoice click trill mispronounce flap explode roll vocalize lisp subvocalise nasalise retroflex articulator enunciation pronunciation pronunciation talk
2. articulate [ v ] put into words or an expression
Examples: "He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees"
(Howard J. Parad, "Preventive casework: problems...)
Though there is obviously nothing new about these techniques , they do challenge the worker 's skill to articulate them precisely on_the_spot and on the basis of quick and accurate diagnostic assessments .Synonyms formulate phrase word articulate give_voice Related Terms express frame ask dogmatize formularize lexicalize word word articulation formulation conceptualization wording
3. articulate [ v ] provide with a joint
Examples: "the carpenter jointed two pieces of wood"
(Sister Claire Marie Sawyer, Some Aspects of...)
Where boundary maintenance describes the boundaries or limits of the group , systemic linkage is defined `` as the process whereby one or more of the elements of at_least two social_systems is articulated in such a manner that the two systems in some ways and on some occasions may be viewed_as a single unit .Synonyms articulate joint Related Terms supply carpentry articulation articulation jointer
4. articulate [ a ] expressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressive language
Examples: "articulate speech" "an articulate orator" "articulate beings"
(Harold Searles, "Schizophrenic Communication,"...)
A borderline schizophrenic young man told me that to him the various theoretical concepts about which he had been expounding , in a most articulate fashion , during session after session with me , were like great cubes of almost tangibly solid matter up in the air above him ; as he spoke I was reminded of the great bales of cargo which are swung , high in the air , from a docked steamship .Synonyms articulate Related Terms inarticulate eloquent speaking well-spoken well-spoken pronounced articulated spoken communicative
5. articulate [ a ] consisting of segments held together by jointsSynonyms articulate articulated Related Terms unarticulated jointed
6. articulate [ v ] express or state clearlySynonyms enunciate vocalise vocalize articulate Related Terms state enunciation
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