Synsets for "articulate"

Synset: joint.v.02

Synonyms: joint

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: provide with a joint

Examples: the carpenter jointed two pieces of wood

Lemmas: joint articulate

Hypernym: supply

Hyponym:

Antonyms:

    

Synset: give_voice.v.01

Synonyms: give_voice

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: put into words or an expression

Examples: He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees

Lemmas: give_voice formulate word phrase articulate

Hypernym: express

Hyponym: ask dogmatize formularize frame lexicalize

Antonyms:

    

Synset: pronounce.v.01

Synonyms: pronounce

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way

Examples: She pronounces French words in a funny way | I cannot say `zip wire' | Can the child sound out this complicated word?

Lemmas: pronounce articulate enounce sound_out enunciate say

Hypernym:

Hyponym: aspirate click devoice drawl explode flap lilt lisp mispronounce nasalize nasalize palatalize raise retroflex roll round sibilate stress subvocalize syllabize trill twang vocalize voice

Antonyms:

    

Synset: articulate.v.04

Synonyms: articulate

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: unite by forming a joint or joints

Examples: the ankle bone articulates with the leg bones to form the ankle bones

Lemmas: articulate

Hypernym: connect

Hyponym:

Antonyms:

    

Synset: articulate.v.05

Synonyms: articulate

Part of Speech: VERB

Definition: express or state clearly

Examples:

Lemmas: articulate enunciate vocalize vocalise

Hypernym: state

Hyponym:

Antonyms:

    

Synset: articulate.a.01

Synonyms: articulate

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: expressing yourself easily or characterized by clear expressive language

Examples: articulate speech | an articulate orator | articulate beings

Lemmas: articulate

Hypernym:

Hyponym:

Antonyms: inarticulate

    

Synset: articulated.a.01

Synonyms: articulated

Part of Speech: ADJECTIVE

Definition: consisting of segments held together by joints

Examples:

Lemmas: articulated articulate

Hypernym:

Hyponym:

Antonyms: unarticulated

    

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Magdalena Project "The Articulate Practitioner - Articulating Practice"
Articulate Ink Articulate Ink joined with Ink Slab Printmakers of Saskatoon to form the Saskatchewan Printmaker’s Association.
Articulate Ink Articulate Ink produces hand-made merchandise for local musicians such as Library Voices.
Robert Nivelle Described as "an articulate and immensely self-confident gunner",
James C. Rose Rose, James C. "Articulate Form in Landscape Design." Pencil Points. February 1939, 20: 98- 100. Reprinted as: Rose, James C. "Articulate Form in Landscape Design." in Modern Landscape Architecture. ed. Marc Treib. Cambridge: The MIT Press; 1991.
Rhynchonelliformea Rhynchonelliformea is the name now given to the articulate brachiopods, Class Articulata, revised as a subphylum. Articulate brachiopods are those with hard, articulated shells (hence the term) with a simple set of opening and closing muscles.
So (sentence closer) A dangling "so" in conversation invites the listener to articulate or consider the implications of the information provided without the speaker having to articulate it himself or herself. It has been interpreted as sometimes a form of bragging.
Speech Buddies Speech Buddies were invented by Articulate Technologies, Inc., in San Francisco, CA. Speech Buddies® and Speech Buddy™ are trademarks of Articulate Technologies, Inc. They are FDA listed medical devices.
Articulate! An extra set of questions is available in the Articulate! Extra Pack No. 1, which contains 500 new cards (3,000 words).
Articulate! A children’s version, using the same categories and compiled by an educational specialist, is available as Articulate for Kids. This contains 336 cards.
Governance in higher education The activities of the Institute in 2009–2010 are articulate around three types of actions:
Neospirifer Neospirifer is an extinct genus of articulate brachiopod fossils belonging to the family Trigonotretidae.
Wil Hodgson Hodgson is a highly articulate comedian whose material tends towards autobiography rather than straight observation.
The Outstanding Women in the Nation’s Service She must be vibrant and articulate, poised and self-confident, dignified and respectable, and intellectually honest.
Electropalatography Three primary manufacturers of EPG tools exist: CompleteSpeech in the United States, Articulate Technologies, and Rose Medical Solutions in Great Britain. Completespeech is a private company that specializes in speech therapy oriented EPG tools, branded as The SmartPalate System. The SmartPalate System uses a standard size sensor sheet with 126 sensors that is fitted to individual mouthpiece molds. Articulate technologies provides both speech therapy and research oriented EPG mouthpieces, branded as The Reading Palate and The Articulate Palate. Articulate technologies EPG sensors are places by hand for individual users' mouthpieces. The Rose Medical system, branded as LinguaGraph, also uses the Reading Palate.
Unarius Academy of Science Unarius is an acronym which stands for "Universal Articulate Interdimensional Understanding of Science".
S3 Asia MBA The first semester curriculum is articulate and provides an understanding of the major management sciences subjects.
Daughter from California syndrome The "daughter from California" is often described as angry, articulate and informed.
Ahmed Al-Waeli 4. Voice Pitch: Al-Waeli’s vocal quality helped him articulate his speech.