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Anna Karenina
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enunciate -- as in: enunciate the plan
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Anna Karenina
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  • Yegor listened attentively, and obviously quite took in Levin’s idea, but by way of assent to it he enunciated, greatly to Levin’s surprise, the observation that when he had lived with good masters he had always been satisfied with his masters, and now was perfectly satisfied with his employer, though he was a Frenchman.
  • Your too animated conversation this evening with Count Vronsky" (he enunciated the name firmly and with deliberate emphasis) "attracted attention."

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  • "What," he said, enunciating each word carefully, "have you done, Meliorn?"
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  • And of course you shouldn’t have trouble with any answer if you enunciate.
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