unarticulate

ADJECTIVE
  1. without or deprived of the use of speech or words
    remained stupidly inarticulate and saying something noncommittal
    an inarticulate cry
    inarticulate beasts
    inarticulate with rage
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How To Use unarticulate In A Sentence

  • Her technique hinges on the unarticulated and the tenuously suggestive, even the subliminal.
  • But the ‘exception’ can also refer to those most fundamental assumptions which frame political discourse while remaining invisible and unarticulated.
  • The direct link between economic freedom and unfettered self-expression is the unarticulated subtext of the many biographies of stars from this era.
  • Eliot's protagonist speaks aloud, to himself and to his readers, relying on unarticulated but implicit similarities between his situation and theirs.
  • It's always kind of a vague, usually unarticulated threat that's waiting to destroy your life, like a big cinderblock falling down on your head when you walk down the street.
  • Those who conceptualize power from the first dimension are ‘opposed to any suggestion that interests might be unarticulated or unobservable’.
  • Therefore, the notion of unarticulated constituents seems unlikely to withdraw from the arena of the philosophy of language in the foreseeable future.
  • We are naive, in a certain sense; our existence is veiled in darkness, unarticulated.
  • You know what I'm going to ask, " he said. "Don't wrestle with these unarticulated thoughts, these new experiences, all this overwhelming understanding. Make a book out of it for me.
  • The man-hater is locked into the initial stage of separation, where repressed hurt and previously unarticulated anger are explored.
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