Articulate utterance

  • 1 Articulate — Ar*tic u*late, v. t. 1. To joint; to unite by means of a joint; to put together with joints or at the joints. [1913 Webster] 2. To draw up or write in separate articles; to particularize; to specify. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 3. To form, as the… …

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  • 2 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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  • 3 articulate — Synonyms and related words: Ciceronian, Demosthenian, Demosthenic, Tullian, accouple, accumulate, adjust, agglutinate, amass, apprehensible, assemble, associate, audible, band, batten, batten down, bolt, bond, bracket, breathe, bridge, bridge… …

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  • 4 Adoration — • In the strict sense, an act of religion offered to God in acknowledgment of His supreme perfection and dominion, and of the creature s dependence upon Him Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Adoration     Adoration …

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  • 5 haw — I. /hɔ/ (say haw) noun the fruit of the hawthorn, Crataegus oxyacantha, or of other species of the same genus. {Middle English; Old English haga. Compare hawthorn} II. /hɔ/ (say haw) interjection 1. (an utterance marking hesitation in speech.)… …

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  • 6 hem — I. /hɛm / (say hem) verb (t) (hemmed, hemming) 1. to fold back and sew down the edge of (cloth, a garment, etc.). 2. to form an edge or border to or about. –noun 3. the edge made by folding back the margin of cloth and sewing it down. 4. the edge …

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  • 7 Articulation — Ar*tic u*la tion, n. [Cf. F. articulation, fr. L. articulatio.] 1. (Anat.) A joint or juncture between bones in the skeleton. [1913 Webster] Note: Articulations may be immovable, when the bones are directly united (synarthrosis), or slightly… …

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  • 8 The Blessed Eucharist as a Sacrament —     The Blessed Eucharist as a Sacrament     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Blessed Eucharist as a Sacrament     Since Christ is present under the appearances of bread and wine in a sacramental way, the Blessed Eucharist is unquestionably a… …

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  • 9 To hold the tongue — Tongue Tongue, n. [OE. tunge, tonge, AS. tunge; akin to OFries. tunge, D. tong, OS. tunga, G. zunge, OHG. zunga, Icel. & Sw. tunga, Dan tunge, Goth. tugg[=o], OL. dingua, L. lingua. [root]243 Cf.{Language}, {Lingo}. ] [1913 Webster] 1. (Anat.) an …

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  • 10 Tongue — Tongue, n. [OE. tunge, tonge, AS. tunge; akin to OFries. tunge, D. tong, OS. tunga, G. zunge, OHG. zunga, Icel. & Sw. tunga, Dan tunge, Goth. tugg[=o], OL. dingua, L. lingua. [root]243 Cf.{Language}, {Lingo}. ] [1913 Webster] 1. (Anat.) an organ… …

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  • 11 Tongue bone — Tongue Tongue, n. [OE. tunge, tonge, AS. tunge; akin to OFries. tunge, D. tong, OS. tunga, G. zunge, OHG. zunga, Icel. & Sw. tunga, Dan tunge, Goth. tugg[=o], OL. dingua, L. lingua. [root]243 Cf.{Language}, {Lingo}. ] [1913 Webster] 1. (Anat.) an …

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  • 12 Tongue grafting — Tongue Tongue, n. [OE. tunge, tonge, AS. tunge; akin to OFries. tunge, D. tong, OS. tunga, G. zunge, OHG. zunga, Icel. & Sw. tunga, Dan tunge, Goth. tugg[=o], OL. dingua, L. lingua. [root]243 Cf.{Language}, {Lingo}. ] [1913 Webster] 1. (Anat.) an …

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  • 13 speech — n. 1. Articulate utterance. 2. Language, words. 3. Language, tongue, dialect. 4. Talk, parlance, verbal intercourse, oral communication, conversation. 5. Observation, remark, talk mention, saying. 6. Oration, discourse, address, harangue …

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  • 14 articulation — n. 1 a the act of speaking. b articulate utterance; speech. 2 a the act or a mode of jointing. b a joint. Etymology: F articulation or L articulatio f. articulare joint (as ARTICLE, ATION) …

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  • 15 vocal — 1 Vocal, articulate, oral can all mean uttered by the voice or having to do with utterance. Vocal implies the use of voice, but not necessarily of speech or language; thus, vocal sounds are sounds produced by a creature that has vocal organs;… …

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  • 16 voice — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. vocality; speaking or singing voice; inflection, intonation; tone of voice; ventriloquism, ventriloquy; lung power; vocal cords, vocalization (see speech); cry, expression, utterance, vociferation,… …

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  • 17 Voice — (Roget s Thesaurus) < N PARAG:Voice >N GRP: N 1 Sgm: N 1 voice voice Sgm: N 1 vocality vocality Sgm: N 1 organ organ lungs bellows Sgm: N 1 good voice good voice fine voice powerful voice &c.(loud) 404 …

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  • 18 speech — /speech/, n. 1. the faculty or power of speaking; oral communication; ability to express one s thoughts and emotions by speech sounds and gesture: Losing her speech made her feel isolated from humanity. 2. the act of speaking: He expresses… …

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  • 19 language, philosophy of — Philosophical study of the nature and use of natural languages and the relations between language, language users, and the world. It encompasses the philosophical study of linguistic meaning (see semantics), the philosophical study of language… …

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  • 20 cry — /kruy/, v., cried, crying, n., pl. cries. v.i. 1. to utter inarticulate sounds, esp. of lamentation, grief, or suffering, usually with tears. 2. to weep; shed tears, with or without sound. 3. to call loudly; shout; yell (sometimes fol. by out). 4 …

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