articulateness articulateness


  • (n) the quality of being facile in speech and writing



  1. She has a way of making her preternatural articulateness seem real rather than forced, a way of indicating her vulnerability without pressing us for sympathy.
  2. It seems to me that just because today's kids have less embarrassment and more articulateness they communicate with their elders rather more effectively than less.
  3. It started innocuously, with Ozzy Osbourne taking out the trash, doddering around his mansion and becoming America's new favorite dadHomer Simpson without the articulateness.


  1. "I take a great deal of pleasure in that," said Saperstein, who praised Diament for his "intelligence, persistence and articulateness."
    on Jan 27, 2009 By: David Saperstein Source: Jewish Telegraphic Agency

  2. Regarding the candidacy of the African-American senator from Illinois, Barak Obama, Professor Franklin says the senator is an extremely able man and is to be admired for his "articulateness, his discipline, and his vision."
    on Mar 28, 2007 By: John Hope Franklin Source: Voice of America

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