Synonyms for Articulate:
eloquent, fluent, smooth, lucid, direct, clear, glib, succinct, loquacious, well-spoken, intelligible, expressive.
•by word of mouth (adjective)
•clearly, coherently spoken (adjective)
intelligible, eloquent, expressive, well-spoken, lucid, fluent, clear, understandable.
exclamatory, out loud, voiced, vocal, articulated, aloud, sonant, well-spoken, uttered, Recited, spoken, oral.
n.comment, speak out, sound off, remark, pronounce on, air. anthropoid, aquatic, Caged, asexual, Facund, arboreal, best-of-breed, captive, words, androgynous, amphibious. conversational, declamatory, circuitous, diffuse, discursive, crisp, chatty, economical, clean. diction, stutter, stammer, pronunciation, roll/trip/slip off the tongue, articulation. •articulate (noun)
word, smooth-spoken, phrase, vocalize, sound out, well-spoken, speech-endowed, formulate, pronounce, speaking, eloquent, enounce, articulated, silver, jointed, vocalise, enunciate, facile, pronounced, fluent, silver-tongued.
v.•say clearly, coherently (verb)
pronounce, enunciate, speak, vocalize, utter, voice, sound off.
mutter, moan, intone, groan, emit, utter, cry, speak, exclaim, enunciate, voice, murmur, pronounce, whisper.
asexual, Facund, stutter, speak out, anthropoid, arboreal, stammer, diction, captive, circuitous, Caged, androgynous, aquatic, chatty, pronounce on, pronunciation, discursive, declamatory, sound off, conversational. crisp, articulation, best-of-breed, remark. comment, amphibious, diffuse. clean. air. •enounce
•Other relevant words:
sound off, enounce, sound out, phrase, economical, word, anthropoid, clean, formulate, Caged, circuitous, silver, speech-endowed, stammer, chatty, remark, crisp, stutter, comment, declamatory, amphibious, speaking, facile, discursive, understandable, asexual, silver-tongued, articulation, Facund, vocalise, best-of-breed, diction, pronounced, captive, diffuse, arboreal, conversational, air, smooth-spoken, pronunciation, jointed, aquatic, words, vocalize, androgynous.
Usage examples for articulate
It was an influence which must gather force with every new year: the tones that stirred Silas's heart grew articulate and called for more distinct answers; shapes and sounds grew clearer for Eppie's eyes and ears, and there was more that " Dad- dad" was imperatively required to notice and account for. – Silas Marner The Weaver of Raveloe by George Eliot
I quite admit that in Christ's teaching in the gospels you will not find the articulate drawing out into doctrinal statement of the principles that underlay, and the conclusions that flow from, the historical fact of Christ's propitiatory death. – Expositions of Holy Scripture: Romans Corinthians (To II Corinthians, Chap. V) by Alexander Maclaren