Margerine, whom we left a fortnight ago inarticulately gurgling by the trout-stream, caught the note of a step in the briar-patch.
Dimly, inarticulately, they feel that the world's advantages are for them and for their children.
It was a penetrating concord of inarticulately pleading, accusing sounds, accompanied by gestures of the most exquisite propriety.
He kissed the hand of Mrs. Stafford, and inarticulately expressed his thanks for her goodness to his sister.
I heard Holgate's voice raised wheezily in orders, and the replies of the men came back to me inarticulately.
"I always knew it would come out," the Minister muttered, inarticulately protesting against this estimate of his intelligence.
This is he; this helpless, inarticulately murmuring, wandering old man pointed out.
David answered promptly, but inarticulately; so his reply is lost to posterity.
Now she struggled to her feet again and shouted, inarticulately and gladly through her tears.
Suddenly the lids drooped; she grew drowsy, but continued to murmur, incoherently at first, then inarticulately.
inarticulate in·ar·tic·u·late (ĭn'är-tĭk'yə-lĭt)
Uttered without the use of normal words or syllables; incomprehensible as speech or language.
Unable to speak; speechless.
Unable to speak with clarity or eloquence.
Not having joints or segments.