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articulate -- as in: articulate her ideas
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  • Bertie was a very articulate and modern man of affairs.
  • Thanks more to her than to his own articulateness, he made living the Institute, the members, their feuds, and the drama of coursing on the trail of a discovery.
  • Martin realized that though he seemed, in contrast to Gustaf Sondelius, an unfortunately articulate and generous lout, he was destined to be ten times better known in America than Sondelius could ever be, a thousand times better known than Max Gottlieb.
  • You’re awfully articulate, and you like these ’pretty people’ that you’re always talking about, but she doesn’t care a hang for ’em.
  • It cannot be said that he became immediately and conspicuously articulate, yet it is possible that in those long intense evenings of reading with Leora he advanced a step or two toward the tragic enchantments of Max Gottlieb’s world— enchanting sometimes and tragic always.
  • I think—I think—" She sat up in bed, holding her temples in the labor of articulation.

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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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