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articulate -- as in: articulate her ideas
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Crime and Punishment
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  • "You can’t help getting pale…. if you’ve nothing to eat," he added, with difficulty articulating the words.
  • "And have you made much money by your thinking?" she managed to articulate at last.
  • "I was searching—and came here on purpose to do it—for news of the murder of the old pawnbroker woman," he articulated at last, almost in a whisper, bringing his face exceedingly close to the face of Zametov.
  • Raskolnikov’s voice broke and he seemed unable to articulate the words clearly.
  • "A priest," he articulated huskily.
  • "I don’t know," Sonia articulated mournfully.
  • "I have sinned," the man articulated softly.
  • "Sonia, Sonia!" she articulated softly and caressingly, as though surprised to find her there.
  • "I want to see Sofya Semyonovna," Dounia articulated faintly.
  • When Zossimov said "This is Raskolnikov" he jumped up quickly, sat on the sofa and with an almost defiant, but weak and breaking, voice articulated: "Yes, I am Raskolnikov!
  • I am the murderer," Nikolay articulated suddenly, rather breathless, but speaking fairly loudly.
  • (You must mend that tear, you must take your needle and darn it as I showed you, or to-morrow—cough, cough, cough—he will make the hole bigger," she articulated with effort.
  • (You are a murderer," the man answered still more articulately and emphatically, with a smile of triumphant hatred, and again he looked straight into Raskolnikov’s pale face and stricken eyes.
  • He kept trying to say something to her; he began moving his tongue with difficulty and articulating indistinctly, but Katerina Ivanovna, understanding that he wanted to ask her forgiveness, called peremptorily to him: "Be silent!
  • I know nothing about it," Sonia articulated faintly at last.

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  • He is thoughtful and articulate.
  • Alexey Alexandrovitch was speaking so quickly that he stammered, and was utterly unable to articulate the word suffering.
    Tolstoy, Leo  --  Anna Karenina

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