used in A Tale of Two Cities
only 1 use
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unable to communicate clearly (or to use words)
or (more rarely): a feeling or idea that is not expressed
The exact meaning of inarticulate
depends upon its context. For example:
- unable to find good words to express oneself — as in "She gets inarticulate when she's nervous."
- verbally expressing a feeling without words — as in "She uttered an inarticulate cry of despair."
- unable to make oneself heard and understood — as in "She mumbled inarticulately."
- unable to speak — as in "She was inarticulate with rage."
- a feeling or idea that is not expressed — as in "We shared an inarticulate fear."
- inability to express or understand feelings or ideas — as in "She is emotionally inarticulate, " or "Her symphony is inarticulate."
There are no more uses of "inarticulate" in A Tale of Two Cities.