- n the quality of being facile in speech and writing
- 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.
- 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.
- Sometimes highly educated, sometimes speaking with an articulateness forged of desperation, always angry, the new American Indian is fed up with the destitution and publicly .
- David Saperstein in Jewish Telegraphic Agency
I take a great deal of pleasure in that,said Saperstein, who praised Diament for his "intelligence, persistence and articulateness."
- John Hope Franklin in Voice of America
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."