"Absolve my soul, Father," she articulated softly, and slowly sank on her knees and bowed down at his feet.
His lips were moving as though trying to articulate something; no sound came, but still his lips moved.
Grigory articulated gloomily and distinctly.
"His honor is still asleep," he articulated deliberately ("You were the first to speak, not I," he seemed to say).
"I know, though you’re a brute, you’re generous," Grushenka articulated with difficulty.
He almost fell back in his place: his voice broke: he could hardly articulate the last phrase.
"Thank you!" he articulated slowly, as though letting a sigh escape him after fainting.
Ivan articulated in astonishment, and suddenly a chill breath of fear did in fact pass over his soul.
"I don’t want it," Smerdyakov articulated in a shaking voice, with a gesture of refusal.
He still went on talking, talking incessantly, but quite incoherently, and even articulated his words with difficulty.
"If I was pleased," he articulated rather breathlessly, "it was simply because you agreed not to go to Moscow, but to Tchermashnya.
Smerdyakov, who was looking at the ground again, and playing with the toe of his right foot, set the foot down, moved the left one forward, and, grinning, articulated: "If I were able to play such a trick, that is, pretend to have a fit—and it would not be difficult for a man accustomed to them—I should have a perfect right to use such a means to save myself from death.
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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.