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used in To Kill a Mockingbird

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the act of or ability of clearly expressing with words; or to clearly express with words
The exact meaning of this sense of articulate depends upon its context. For example:
  • "She is articulate and persuasive." — well-spoken (expresses her ideas clearly)
  • "She articulated what everyone was thinking." — said aloud
  • "After the stroke, she had to learn to articulate her consonants." — speak distinctly (so each word can be understood)
  • Suddenly Mayella became articulate.
    p. 251.5
articulate = expressive with words
  • Jem became vaguely articulate: " 'd you see him, Scout? d you see him just standin' there?"
    p. 129.5
articulate = able to speak
There are no more uses of "articulate" in To Kill a Mockingbird.

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