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inarticulate
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • In a voice at first inarticulate with emotion, but gradually recovering strength as she proceeded, she answered him: ’I will not disguise from you, sir—though perhaps I ought—that I have undergone great pain of mind, and have been nearly broken-hearted since I saw you last.

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  • She becomes inarticulate when she’s nervous.
  • She seemed uninformed and inarticulate compared to her opponent in the debate.

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