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Spell check of articulate

Correct spelling: articulate

Synonyms:
state, oral, read, vowelise, smooth-spoken, sound, feel out, crisp, sonant, arboreal, discourse, jointed, pronounce on, express, recited, intone, silver-tongued, well-spoken, declaim, intelligible, murmur, air, fluent, explicate, chat, eloquent, out loud, devise, asexual, voiced, sound off, aloud, pronounced, glib, say, declare, groan, vocalize, moan, best-of-breed, succinct, captive, deliver, cry, direct, smooth, lucid, silver, speaking, word, talk, announce, tell, speak, stammer, anthropoid, exclaim, formulate, enounce, forge, declamatory, loquacious, pronounce, speech-endowed, remark, facund, enunciate, articulated, clear, invent, phrase, utter, aver, check out, understandable, economical, androgynous, diffuse, speak out, discursive, suppose, clean, enjoin, label, chatty, spoken, expressive, vocalise, conversational, circuitous, contrive, voice, order, uttered, amphibious, develop, diction, judge, chatter, vocal, converse, articulation, give voice, pronunciation, excogitate, words, emit, whisper, comment, allege, mutter, sound out, phonate, aquatic, caged, facile, stutter, exclamatory, vowelize.

Antonyms:
inarticulate, incoherent, speechless, dumb, tongue-tied, muttering, hesitant, voiceless, tongueless, aphonic, stuttering, ineloquent, wordless, mumbling, stumbling, maundering, mute, unspoken, halting, stammering, unvocal, silent, unarticulate, aphasic, unarticulated, sputtering, faltering.

Examples of usage:

1) At length he spoke; the voice of a beast made articulate. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) When he becomes articulate and tells us of his difficulties, or boasts of how they have been overcome, we may value his work still higher. - "Fine Books", Alfred W. Pollard.

3) Flowers and weeds, stars and stones, spoke with articulate lips and gazed with living eyes. - "The Literature of Ecstasy", Albert Mordell.

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