"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.