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articulate -- as in: articulate her ideas
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The Brothers Karamazov
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  • "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.
    Tolstoy, Leo  --  Anna Karenina

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