inarticulacy

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inarticulate (ˌɪnɑːˈtɪkjʊlɪt)
 
adj
1.  unable to express oneself fluently or clearly; incoherent
2.  (of speech, language, etc) unclear or incomprehensible; unintelligible: inarticulate grunts
3.  unable to speak; dumb
4.  unable to be expressed; unvoiced: inarticulate suffering
5.  biology having no joints, segments, or articulation
 
inar'ticulately
 
adv
 
inar'ticulateness
 
n
 
inar'ticulacy
 
n

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