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  • adj. Of or pertaining to enunciation.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Pertaining to, or containing, enunciation or utterance.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Pertaining to utterance or sound.
  • Enouncing; giving utterance; serving as a means of enouncing: as, an enunciatory discourse.

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Examples

  • If, for a while, the ruse of desire is calculable for the uses of discipline soon the repetition of guilt, justification, pseudo-scientific theories, superstition, spurious authorities, and classifications can be seen as the desperate effort to “normalize” formally the disturbance of a discourse of splitting that violates the rational, enlightened claims of its enunciatory modality.

    The Goldilocks principle ...

  • …if, for a while, the ruse of desire is calculable for the uses of discipline soon the repetition of guilt, justification, pseudo-scientific theories, superstition, spurious authorities, and classifications can be seen as the desperate effort to “normalize” formally the disturbance of a discourse of splitting that violates the rational, enlightened claims of its enunciatory modality.

    Is there anything other than Sarah Palin you'd like to talk about?

  • Benveniste’s analysis of the I in its enunciatory mode jibes with Kant’s critical project, which attempts to lay out the conditions of possibility for the transcendental subject.

    Subjecticity (On Kant and the Texture of Romanticism)

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