Origin of inarticulate
Examples from the Web for inarticulateness
In style, the contrast with the combination of inarticulateness and irritability of his predecessor could not have been greater.
Inarticulateness increased his accumulating store of wonder.The Promise of Air|Algernon Blackwood
It was her only break from inarticulateness—it surprised herself and her father almost as though she had said something indecent.Captivity|M. Leonora Eyles
Every man wants superiority and distinction for himself, he only wants equality, invisibility, and inarticulateness for others.Germany and the Germans|Price Collier
He was confused, painfully conscious of his inarticulateness.Martin Eden|Jack London
Let us remember the inarticulateness of ritualism, how it stifles rather than utters the feelings of the heart.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of the Twelve Prophets, Vol. I|George Adam Smith
British Dictionary definitions for inarticulateness
Word Origin and History for inarticulateness
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.