1 I found that these people possessed a method of communicating their experience and feelings to one another by articulate sounds.
2 I soon perceived that although the stranger uttered articulate sounds and appeared to have a language of her own, she was neither understood by nor herself understood the cottagers.
3 As soon as they entered the house, Marianne with a kiss of gratitude and these two words just articulate through her tears, "Tell mama," withdrew from her sister and walked slowly up stairs.
4 Levin, shaking with sobs and unable to articulate a word, went out of the room.
5 Maximilian tried to speak, but he could articulate nothing; he staggered, and supported himself against the wainscot.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 102. Valentine.
6 He wished to articulate a last farewell, but his tongue lay motionless and heavy in his throat, like a stone at the mouth of a sepulchre.
The Count of Monte Cristo By Alexandre DumasContext Highlight In Chapter 117. The Fifth of October.
7 His voice was shrill, but very clear and articulate; and I could distinctly hear it when I stood up.
Gulliver's Travels(V1) By Jonathan SwiftContext Highlight In PART 1: CHAPTER II.
8 He spoke often to me; but the sound of his voice pierced my ears like that of a water-mill, yet his words were articulate enough.
9 Some of the pigs themselves, however, were more articulate.
10 So furious was he that he was hardly articulate, and when he did speak it was in a much broader and more Western dialect than any which we had heard from him in the morning.
The Hound of the Baskervilles By Arthur Conan DoyleContext Highlight In Chapter 5. Three Broken Threads
11 Nikolai Petrovitch tried to articulate something, tried to get up and open his arms.
12 Vassily Ivanovitch could scarcely articulate the words.
13 Kennicott was less shocked and much less frightened than Carol, and more articulate in his description of Mrs. Bogart, when she had gone.
14 His mouth twitched, and his parched tongue seemed unable to articulate.
15 One perceives, without understanding it, a hideous murmur, sounding almost like human accents, but more nearly resembling a howl than an articulate word.