(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
adj. jointed, segmented (See junction); distinct, intelligible; literate, lucid. —v. pronounce, enunciate, utter, put in words, verbalize; unite, join. See speech, meaning. Ant., inarticulate; mumble.
(Roget's IV) modif.
Syn. eloquent, well-spoken, lucid, clear; see fluent 2 , understandable .
1. [To speak clearly]
Syn. enunciate, pronounce, verbalize, put into words; see explain , utter .
2. [To join]
Syn. fit together, combine, connect, link; see join 1 .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
express, enunciate, voice, pronounce, utter, make clear, elucidate.
[ar TIK yuh lut]
expressive, eloquent, well-spoken.
The talk show host was an articulate woman.
SYN.: expressive, eloquent, well-spoken, intelligible, lucid, smooth-talking, fluent, facile.
ANT.: inarticulate, tongue-tied, stammering, mumbled
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I adjective 1. Produced by the voice: oral, sonant, spoken, uttered, vocal, voiced. See SOUNDS. 2. Fluently persuasive and forceful: eloquent, facund, silver-tongued, smooth-spoken. See WORDS. II verb 1. To produce or make (speech sounds): enunciate, pronounce, say, utter1, vocalize. See WORDS. 2. To put into words: communicate, convey, declare, express, say, state, talk, tell, utter1, vent, verbalize, vocalize, voice. Idiom: give tongue (or vent or voice) to. See WORDS. 3. To make into a whole by joining a system of parts: concatenate, integrate. See INCLUDE, PART.

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