Did you mayhaps mean articulacy?
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“Why is that speech, apart from a certain inarticulacy, so much worse than Lawrence's description of a tumescent Mellors?”
“She made a friend at Chelsea who felt her inarticulacy was a sign of intelligence.”
“Aware of this geographical inarticulacy, Kevin Keegan was famously able to persuade Rob Lee that Newcastle was south of Middlesbrough.”
“And there are moments when the inarticulacy gets frustrating.”
“Not a classic battle of wits, but nonetheless the EDL's man came out on top: while middle-class viewers may have chortled at Robinson-Lennon's relative inarticulacy, others may have seen a member of the establishment sneering at a working-class white guy.”
“As the name suggests, inarticulacy was a defining characteristic of mumblecore, along with hesitancy, self-absorption and a lack of inertia so terminal you couldn't really describe it as a movement at all.”
“Impelled by what Charles Taylor has described as the "ethics of inarticulacy," the”
“Before dying, the person will try to leave his or her essence with those who remain -- a gesture, a word, sometimes just a look to convey what really counts and what thus far has been left -- either from inability or inarticulacy -- unsaid.”
“But there are different kinds of edge: there's not only the social edge, the marginal people who suffer because of poverty, inarticulacy, getting into trouble with the law, being swept up into systems they don't understand.”
“I encounter levels of illiteracy and inarticulacy in youth which belies any thought that our education system is any better than it was when I was a pupil thirty years ago.”
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