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Synonyms for articulate

Synonyms for articulate

produced by the voice

fluently persuasive and forceful

to produce or make (speech sounds)

to make into a whole by joining a system of parts

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We were initially overwhelmed by the level of articulateness that we discovered, but then we realized that the power of this process lay in the ability of the students to use their own words and voices to articulate their learning and their understanding of praxis.
She argues that because there are different paradigms which can inform the ways in which individuals may engage with their context, it is necessary not only to be exposed to them and to reproduce them in action, but to learn to identify and consciously access them, to articulate them--and their implications--and to discriminate between them on the basis of the harm they do, not so much to the individuals who adhere to them as to the context within which that individual exists.
Ann Kaplan and Creating the Couple: Love, Marriage and Hollywood Performance by Virginia Wright Wexman, attempt to articulate how ideological constructs work to create the feminine within an ever proliferating mass consumer culture.
If we don't learn to articulate that important value, then scientists can start checking off parts of our nature.
The event will bring together the semiconductor supply chain to articulate challenges and opportunities for a variety of markets and products using SiP technologies.
Meakin's book on John Donne, on the other hand, does not address female audience at all; instead, Meakin seeks to articulate the ways in which Donne "articulates" the feminine in some of his less studied works.
Indeed, the disintegration that Shapiro's abstraction articulates is evident in the broken geometry, as full of voids as of solids, and in the precarious equilibrium/disequilibrium of the figure.
The "Good and the New" -- Each person remembers and articulates something good and new that happened to him/her that day or the previous day.