inarticulately love


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  • adv. In an inarticulate manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In an inarticulate manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In an inarticulate manner; with indistinct utterance; indistinctly.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adv. without eloquence; in an inarticulate manner
  • adv. in an inarticulate manner


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  • What I am trying to say, very inarticulately, is that if parents want their kids to play outside, making up their own games, learning to survive without the strict rules that school and organized activity place on them, then they will make it happen … no matter their schedules!

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  • But the thing is, um, what I'm trying to say, very inarticulately, is that, in fact, perhaps despite appearances, I like you, very much.

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  • As he worked, inspired by the curly, flowing glossy locks which, to his eye, called inarticulately for the tools of his trade, his undulating monologue welled forth until

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  • Twice he essayed to speak, but was inarticulately husky.


  • She saw his cheeks flush darkly and heard him utter inarticulately.


  • Murmuring inarticulately and making swift signs, she strove to establish the kinship.


  • If you define ‘moral heroism’ as ‘reluctantly and inarticulately admitting that one was offered a bribe by the White House, while neglecting to alert the relevant federal authorities of the alleged crime in question,’ of course.

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  • There are a couple I can think of, and I will probably state them inarticulately.

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  • We have wanted a World Wide Mind inchoately, inarticulately, for thousands of years.

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  • I took the candidates who managed to express the notion, no matter how inarticulately, that the way you use images, what you can do with them to convey an event, is very different to what you can do with words.

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