She looked at him as if he were making inarticulate sounds that connected to nothing inside her mind.
The inarticulate sounds had connected, but she could not believe the sum they made.
Now it was only a matter of making sounds, inarticulate sounds addressed to inanimate objects unrelated to such concepts as reality, human or honor.
The ego you seek, that essential ’you’ which you cannot express or define, is not your emotions or inarticulate dreams, but your intellect, that judge of your supreme tribunal whom you’ve impeached in order to drift at the mercy of any stray shyster you describe as your ’feeling.’
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She becomes inarticulate when she’s nervous.
She seemed uninformed and inarticulate compared to her opponent in the debate.