Definition of articulateness in US English:

articulateness

noun

  • See articulate

    • ‘Last semester, she dabbled in communications courses at a local college, which would explain her articulateness in interviews of late.’
    • ‘And what about Brown's mild-mannered demeanour, wondered Gray; could his intelligence and articulateness have been detrimental to doing the job properly?’
    • ‘But he was the first candidate I campaigned for as an adolescent, and I still admire his articulateness and vigor.’
    • ‘Everywhere except in the United States, millions of human beings, certainly the majority of those with any degree of political articulateness, live for some kind of social change.’
    • ‘I vehemently reject the equation of articulateness with intelligence.’

Pronunciation

articulateness

/ärˈtikyələtnəs//ɑrˈtɪkjələtnəs/