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Origin of inarticulate
Examples from the Web for inarticulate
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?
At the simplest level, it shows that the character is inarticulate, which in film often indicates a troubled past.
Ignorant and inarticulate as he was, he and his handlers knew how to create at least an ersatz aura of seriousness.
But once a topless-photography scandal overwhelmed her inarticulate cultural stance, the church quickly backed away.
And Joan heard no answer from her mother except an inarticulate little sound somewhere deep in Kate's throat.The Seventh Man|Max Brand
Gwyn uttered an inarticulate sound, but only wedged his arms out more firmly.Sappers and Miners|George Manville Fenn
She had to pause a little to recover her voice, for haste and excitement had a tendency to make her inarticulate.The Perpetual Curate|Mrs [Margaret] Oliphant
A murmur—that was all it could be called—broke from his fever-dried lips and died away in an inarticulate gasp.The Woman in the Alcove|Anna Katharine Green
He should have been instead answering the inarticulate cry of the people for that leader.The Mirrors of Downing Street|Harold Begbie
c.1600, "not clear or intelligible" (of speech), from Late Latin inarticulatus "inarticulate, indistinct," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + articulatus, past participle of articulare (see articulation). Related: Inarticulately; inarticulateness.