Origin of enunciation
OTHER WORDS FROM enunciationnon·e·nun·ci·a·tion, nounre·e·nun·ci·a·tion, noun
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How to use enunciation in a sentence
So we humans have evolved to choose language and enunciations that are easy to learn and are appropriate and so maybe that touches also on sort of the history of language.
That heavy breathing mixed with over-articulate enunciation thing that she does was in full force.Scandal's Big OMG Moment: Bow Down to the Craziest Show on TV|Kevin Fallon|March 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Chunks of dialogue were nearly impossible to understand, obscured by poor enunciation and thick accents.In Palestinian Theater's New York Performance, the Play After the Play is the Thing|Lisa Goldman|September 28, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Mr. Beale struck him as a fattened duplicate of Mr. Illington, thin of lip, hard of eye, slow and precise in enunciation.The Winning Clue|James Hay, Jr.
The Philadelphian is quite as marked in tone and enunciation.As A Chinaman Saw Us|Anonymous
And with slow enunciation Sybil pronounced the mystic words which she had heard repeated by the sexton.Rookwood|William Harrison Ainsworth
While it had been intelligible, his enunciation was puzzling at times; occasionally hardly understandable.Warrior of the Dawn|Howard Carleton Browne
Factum est: and beyond the information contained in the enunciation of the Fact, it can be characterized only by the consequences.Aids to Reflection|Samuel Taylor Coleridge