enunciate enunciate  /ɪ ˈnən si ˌeɪt/


  1. (v) speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way
  2. (v) express or state clearly


  1. No lungs can send forth more compelling sounds, no lips can enunciate words more clearly.
  2. I just wonder whether you would speak to kind of enunciate what that day really means now, going forward, in your view.
  3. Of course we expect Obama to do better but the troops haven't arrived in Afghanistan yet and the president has time to clearly enunciate what his policy will be there.



  1. "We would expect that from 2009 out of Copenhagen that there will be a global agreement," Dr Nelson said. "That's what Australia and the developed world particularly needs to be working toward. We will enunciate our policy under my leadership...
    on Jul 6, 2008 By: Brendan Nelson Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

  2. "There's not deep division in the coalition, there are extreme points of view, and Wilson managed to enunciate one of those earlier in the week," Mr Vaile told Sky News. "Obviously I didn't appreciate that and made that point. Wilson actually...
    on Feb 6, 2006 By: Mark Vaile Source: Ninemsn

  3. Asked what President Bush's foreign policy legacy will be to his successor, Buckley says "There will be no legacy for Mr. Bush. I don't believe his successor would re-enunciate the words he used in his second inaugural address because they were too...
    on Jul 24, 2006 By: William F Buckley Jr Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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