Ignorant and inarticulate as he was, he and his handlers knew how to create at least an ersatz aura of seriousness.
Don Draper is an inarticulate slob compared to Richard Dawson.
Joe Biden got in trouble for calling Barack Obama “articulate,” but inarticulate is fine, right?
Mere decades earlier, American Jews had watched, trembling and inarticulate, as European Jews were destroyed.
At the simplest level, it shows that the character is inarticulate, which in film often indicates a troubled past.
There was an inarticulate murmur from Brodrick, a happy sound.
And with a burst of inarticulate grief and rage he flung out of the room.
He looked up as Orsino entered and uttered a sort of inarticulate exclamation of satisfaction.
Suddenly Judith caught her breath in an inarticulate little cry.
His desire for anything was expressed in inarticulate and not specially expressive tones.
inarticulate in·ar·tic·u·late (ĭn'är-tĭk'yə-lĭt)
Uttered without the use of normal words or syllables; incomprehensible as speech or language.
Unable to speak; speechless.
Unable to speak with clarity or eloquence.
Not having joints or segments.