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inarticulate

i nor tik yuh luht

  • a  without or deprived of the use of speech or words
    inarticulate beasts
    remained stupidly inarticulate and saying something noncommittal
    inarticulate with rage
    an inarticulate cry

  • Jack Nicholson gives the performance of his life in this portrait of a newly retired, emotionally inarticulate Midwestern insurance executive trying to get in touch with his .
  • By the standards of those Americans conditioned by late-night comics to think of Palin as an inarticulate idiot incapable of putting coherent sentences together or understanding .
  • Alternately cranky, elderly, caustic, equivocating, inarticulate, passionless.
News & Articles

  • Fear And Loathing Of Genetic Engineering At The Los Angeles Times
    There’s plenty of inaccurate, misleading and ungrammatical information on the Internet, of course, but last week I was surprised to see it on the opinion page of one of the nation’s premier newspapers – an uninformed, inarticulate diatribe about genetic engineering by Los Angeles Times editorial writer and occasional columnist Karin Klein.
    June 26, 2013 - Forbes
Quotes

  • Barack Obama in Bradenton Herald
    African-American presidential candidates like Jesse Jackson, Shirley Chisholm, Carol Moseley Braun and Al Sharpton gave a voice to many important issues through their campaigns, and no one would call them inarticulate,Obama said.
  • James Jay in Seattle Times
    The president is using a primitive, inarticulate argument that leaves him open to criticism and caricature,said James Jay Carafano, a homeland-security and counterterrorism expert for the Heritage Foundation, a conservative policy...
  • Farhan Akhtar in Times of India
    All I can tell you is I play a lonely introverted character down on his luck, unsure and inarticulate. Everyone takes advantage of the guy I play,Farhan said.

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