inarticulation love

Definitions

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  • n. The state of being inarticulate; inarticulateness.
  • n. Any point in the educational system in which the development of the individual is hindered.
  • n. An inarticulate or underarticulated utterance.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Inarticulateness.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Inarticulateness.

Etymologies

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in- + articulation

Examples

  • This, coming after that crusade resulted in a showcase for his inarticulation and inability to win an argument with even a complete idiot who equated not welcoming girls to the Boy Scouts with not allowing gays to marry.

    He who must not be paid attention

  • Randy and Professor Robbins sat quietly for several minutes, engaging in a chess match of inarticulation.

    Suicide Draft

  • The Oracles indeed meant to be obscure; but then it was by the ambiguity of the expression, and not by the inarticulation of the words.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • To the, um, passionate ? bloggers out there -- not much else is communicated or emphasized other than your inarticulation and frustration.

    Next Target: David Pepper

  • They listened appalled, while he sketched a brief account of their terrible experience of the afternoon, his inarticulation and understatement lending a much more awesome gravity to the tale than any more elaborate telling could have done.

    Sweet Danger

  • I for one cannot believe that love of one's country must needs consist in blindness to its social faults, to deafness to its social discords, of inarticulation to its social wrongs.

    Address To The Jury

  • The iteration of hum and monotone soothes, and means so much more in its inarticulation than the adjusted chords and tune of written music.

    Field and Hedgerow Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies

  • I’m glad he didn’t ask me because it seems almost a violation to ruin that sense of mystery with an inarticulation of your own sense of meaning, even though I’m sure he could have come up with his own interpretation had he just thought about what he had seen.

    Caché | Letter Never Sent

  • I for one cannot believe that love of one’s country must needs consist in blindness to its social faults, to deafness to its social discords, of inarticulation to its social wrongs.

    Address to the Jury

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