inarticulately


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Synonyms for inarticulately

without eloquence

in an inarticulate manner

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"The thing is, um, what I'm trying to say, very inarticulately, is that, um, in fact, perhaps despite appearances, I like you, very much.
The second study comes from medical professionals, but it is phrased inarticulately and gives no real data to quantify the problem.
Prior to the revelation of this particular instance of concealment of white culpability in the enslavement of Afrikan people, Gates penned an article in a similar vein in the New York Times in which he illogically and inarticulately placed the blame for the enslavement of Afrikan people on people in Afrika while absolving the white perpetrators who masterminded the whole process, and were its primary beneficiaries (Chinweizu, 2011; Gates, 2010).
In his memoir, he writes poignantly, almost inarticulately, of this feeling: "There lingers the belief, like a forgotten gene in the womb, that within the preparation and transmission of live drama there lay the germ, the possibility of an original, if inestimable" (175).
These approximations serve as the basis of Heart of Darkness as Conrad strips Marlow of the basic tools towards understanding, common language, leaving him to struggle inarticulately with an experience beyond translation.
In my experience, brothers don't often talk bluntly about love, even if you do love each other inarticulately and thoroughly and confusedly, because it's awkward to talk about love that's not romantic.
(171) They of course do so in the belief 'that they [are] affecting the working of the economic system--and in a desirable direction', (172) and any such belief must involve, however inarticulately, a claim to know how to increase the social value of production in the misleadingly objectivist way criticised by Buchanan, and a further claim to be able to make decisions which realise that value.
McLaren notes that in his life he has, often inarticulately, taken small steps away from eating meat.
This isn't to say that Krzysztof doesn't resist these inclinations--only that there is something else we learn to expect of him: he is vulnerable; he is evidently struggling with ruling out God; he is vaguely, uncomfortably, and inarticulately aware of the insufficiency of his position; the film indeed invites us to consider that there might be good reasons to believe this.
In effect, what section 5202 says, however inarticulately, is that service of the execution on the sheriff transfers the garnishee's obligation to the sheriff (who holds it as agent of the creditor).
They just have to communicate, however inarticulately, that we're scared or mad or discouraged or distressed.
Significantly, despite the appearance of circular logic because of the manner of narrative plotting, it is possible to discern a line of development in Praneshacharya's thoughts: from an understanding of authentic life as a mere sensory phenomenon--"Immersed[, t]he oneness, the monism, of desire and fulfillment[,] That art Thou" (121), to one that, however inarticulately, senses a moral dimension in it.
I argue that the HPG conceived thus is an ideal that many of us yearn for from an early age, however dimly and inarticulately, and that to meet its requirements, well-being must be defined as happiness in a worthwhile life.
(26) But other manifestations of boredom might more actively 'refract' or torque this socio-economic reality in more complicated ways, gesturing, however obscurely or inarticulately, towards something more than just vague unease or dissatisfaction.