- But I couldn't articulate this when I was nineteen and fidgeting in the headmaster's office.p. 383.9
- Owen and I were eleven; we had no other way to articulate what we felt about what had happened to my mother.p. 88.0
- He was articulate, but he never made speech seem effortless; on the contrary, he exhibited what hard work it was—to make his faith, in tandem with his doubt, clear; to speak well, in spite of his stutter.p. 116.5
- But she is wise and kind and witty and articulate; and she does not bullshit herself about what Easter means.p. 286.3
There are no more uses of "articulate" in A Prayer for Owen Meany.
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