Word of the Day: Articulate

articulate ar·tic·u·late adjective / ärˈtikyələt/ 1. possessing the ability to speak fluidly and coherently “Talkers are usually more articulate than doers, since talk is their specialty.” – Thomas Sowell, 1930-
2. spoken with grace and fluency “You can go through life and actually speak your mind and do it in an articulate fashion and with a really intelligent point of view.” – David Duchovny, 1960- 3. having distinct parts or segments Insects are well-known for their articulate, segmented bodies. verb / ärˈtikyəˌlāt/ 1. to put into words; to give clarity to “If a fear cannot be articulated, it can’t be conquered.” -Stephen King, 1947- 2. to connect via a joint Our arms are articulated to the torso via the shoulders.