Verb(1) provide with a joint(2) put into words or an expression(3) speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way(4) unite by forming a joint or joints(5) express or state clearly
Adjective(1) expressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressive language(2) consisting of segments held together by joints
(1) Celeste is an articulate , eloquent speaker with an electrifying style coming straight out of her deep pain and anger.(2) How can a self-described ├ö├ç├┐old-fashioned liberal and egalitarian├ö├ç├û like Asimov articulate such an elitist view?(3) He was clearly uncomfortable with the analogy, but does not clearly articulate many objections to it.(4) They have no means within the current political order to articulate their own interests or be heard.(5) In the most recent classification they are considered a distinct class related to the articulate line.(6) However, megalichthyids are unique in having the anal fin articulate with the spine at a position well posterior to the articulation of the second dorsal.(7) In fact, a 1936 survey found that the WEA had created an articulate and obstreperous working-class intelligentsia.(8) Indeed, as government ministers go he is one of the more articulate and intelligent.(9) The Strophomenata are a wholly Paleozoic class; one of the two classes of advanced articulate brachiopods.(10) An enlarged hamulus may articulate with the maxillary process of the zygomatic bone.(11) Raynal's Wrecked on a Reef is an articulate account written with great attention to the accurate recording of all the nasty, demanding details of their ordeal.(12) Camp programs attempt to address ethics and values; staff must be able to clearly articulate these values.(13) Even before the arrival of the Jesuits, many Christians in the East used local language and ideas to articulate their faith.(14) Elementary-school children may more directly articulate their feelings of sadness or anger about a parent's departure.(15) Dangling from the head was an innumerable collection of articulate tentacles.(16) He paid tribute to Mr A, a friend since their teenage years, as ├ö├ç├┐an intelligent, articulate graduate, with a lovely family├ö├ç├û.