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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of enunciate.

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Examples

  • Benitez then gave a bizarre performance in the post-match press conference, appearing to blame the referee, Lee Mason, for the defeat by repeatedly labelling the official's performance "perfect" - the word enunciated with a heavy dose of sarcasm.

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  • An engaging and thoroughly affable performer, Clarke is an object lesson to all those poets who feel poetry readings should be serious affairs, with every word enunciated in droning, affected tones.

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  • Rorie spoke slowly, each word enunciated in a carefully controlled tone.

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  • She sat back a little, then said in a low voice—each word enunciated as if English were not my native language—He was.

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  • "That is true," he said, speaking the precise English of the schools, with every word enunciated distinctly.

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  • But somehow that encounter did not come off, and possibly the recollection of the active little white quadrupeds that were closely caged-up in the desk may have suggested the idea enunciated by the

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  • On the safeguards, the former Chief Justice said the Supreme Court has "enunciated" a principle that death penalty should be imposed in the "rarest of the rare cases only".

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  • It cannot be said that the Court "enunciated" today's

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  • However, the Court did not propose the "machine-or-transformation" test that this court now insists was "enunciated" in

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  • "enunciated" that we would prosper if "animated alone by the pure spirit of Christianity."

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