- r without eloquence; in an inarticulate manner
the freshman expresses his thoughts inarticulately
- r in an inarticulate manner
he talked inarticulately about the accident that had just taken his wife's life
- Without quite knowing it herself, this child-woman wants to become the good person that she inarticulately senses is hidden beneath her heedless petulance.
- A meek little short-order cook (Dudley Moore) hankers inarticulately after the waitress (Eleanor Bron) in a London greasy spoon.
- All of us (VIPS, press and, on the roads beyond, the entire Winnebago nation) had assembled essentially and inarticulately to worship.
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YouTube is not for the timid. It's a cacophony of crap, most of which consists of (a) shaky cell phone footage of stadium concerts shot from nosebleed territory, (b) 12-year-old vloggers yelling inarticulately into their webcams about how their parents just don't understand, and (c) videos of cats sleeping. But every so often, once in a blue moon...
Sept. 6, 2013 - The Car Connection