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1‘an articulate speaker’
eloquent, fluent, communicative, effective, persuasive, coherent, lucid, vivid, expressive, silver-tongued, vocal
cogent, illuminating, intelligible, comprehensible, understandable
inarticulate, hesitant, unintelligible
1‘they were unable to articulate their emotions’
express, give expression to, voice, give voice to, vocalize, put in words, give utterance to, communicate, declare, state, set forth, bring into the open, make public, assert, divulge, reveal, proclaim, announce, raise, table, air, ventilate, vent, give vent to, pour out, mention, talk of, point out, go into
utter, say, speak, enunciate, pronounce, mouth
informal come out with
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