Origin of enunciation
Examples from the Web for enunciation
Actor, enunciation of the, 19;importance of deep breathing for, 19.Resonance in Singing and Speaking|Thomas Fillebrown
The Roman Code was merely an enunciation in words of the existing customs of the Roman people.Ancient Law|Sir Henry James Sumner Maine
The writing finished, "Wash B" himself took me in hand, and for another month drilled me in delivery, enunciation and gesture.My Life|Josiah Flynt
He had been speaking slowly, but without the least hesitation, and with a bitter definiteness of enunciation.Felix Holt, The Radical|George Eliot
The enunciation of those figures nearly put the Cap'n out of commission, but with a gulp and after a mental stagger he marched on.The Skipper and the Skipped|Holman Day
1550s, "declaration," from Latin enuntiationem (nominative enuntiatio) "enunciation, declaration," noun of action from past participle stem of enuntiare (see enunciate). Meaning "articulation of words" is from 1750.