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- n. Plural form of inarticulation.
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"Yer uhh access was uhh denied," emanated somehow curtly despite the inarticulations from behind the mask's smirk.
Interlocking inarticulations will take the place where conversation would have been.
Is the C.F.D.A. sure it wants to dump the supermodel and socialite special guests for the vainglorious inarticulations of the likes of Busta Rhymes?
Pivoting slightly for an instant he fell loosely at full length on his own _paillasse_, and lay sobbing and roaring, one elbow protectingly raised, interspersing the inarticulations of woe with a number of sincerely uttered "_Assez! 's_".
There were mysterious quirks of sound that meant kisses and sighs and tender inarticulations.
2004-08-17 - Interlocking inarticulations will take the place where conversation would have been.
We mocked his inarticulations and because Obama is so articulate we tell ourselves that he isn’t influenced by Reverend Wright.