ynganu, hynganu, ynganhynganer, hyngana, hyngana’, hynganaf, hynganai, hynganais, hynganaist, hynganan, hynganant, hynganasai, hynganasant, hynganasech, hynganont, hynganasent, hynganasid, hynganasit, hynganasoch, hynganasom, hynganaswn, hynganech, hynganed, hynganem, hynganen, hynganent, hyngan, hynganes, hynganest, hynganet, hyngani, hynganiff, hynganith, hyngano, hynganoch, hynganodd, hynganom, hynganon, hynganasem, hynganwch, hynganwn, hynganwyd, hynganwyf, hyngenais, hyngenaist, hyngeni, hyngenid, hyngenir, hyngenwch, hyngenych, ynganer, yngana, yngana’, ynganaf, ynganai, ynganais, ynganaist, ynganan, ynganant, ynganasai, ynganasant, ynganasech, ynganont, ynganasent, ynganasid, ynganasit, ynganasoch, ynganasom, ynganaswn, ynganech, ynganed, ynganem, ynganen, ynganent, yngan, ynganes, ynganest, ynganet, yngani, ynganiff, ynganith, yngano, ynganoch, ynganodd, ynganom, ynganon, ynganasem, ynganwch, ynganwn, ynganwyd, ynganwyf, yngenais, yngenaist, yngeni, yngenid, yngenir, yngenwch, yngenych
Verb(1) speak, pronounce, or utter in a certain way(2) express or state clearly
(1) It assumes that the phenomenon is something that you can put in a lab, measure, quantify, and repeat exhaustively as much as needed in order to elaborate a theory or enunciate a theorem.(2) Taking a deep breath to steady herself, Sammy tried again, this time speaking slowly and trying to enunciate her words carefully.(3) I think the key here is to enunciate a principle for offsets.(4) India was one of the first nations in the world to actually enunciate the environment principle in its policies.(5) She has a speech impediment and although she could not always clearly enunciate her words, her message was clear.(6) ├ö├ç├┐I was hoping not to have to enunciate principles,├ö├ç├û Costello replies.(7) It is important to enunciate each word clearly and not to run words together.(8) He was verbally inarticulate and could not enunciate a clear concept or formulate ideas.(9) From the outset of our conference I want to enunciate those first principles.(10) When you enunciate your principles, you are condemned as a hypocrite because your people have failed to live by them.(11) Thus, counter-examples to the principle enunciated by him do not necessarily refute the argument.(12) Once, when two passed into many, a shifting ruse claimed heritage, when clandestine revolution offered a way to dwell in enunciative loveliness, liquid, accelerated speech.(13) This proposition is enunciated in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and the implementation of these rights is reduced to treaty form in a series of covenants of various rights subscribed to by most of the nations of the world.(14) Also, she speaks rather more slowly, enunciating her words very clearly as if I am finding them difficult to understand.(15) The first rule, set out in the first sentence of the first paragraph, is of a general nature and enunciates the principle of peaceful enjoyment of property.(16) This skepticism emerged after Arthur Schopenhauer enunciated his theory on truth and meaning, a concept that was immediately approved and enlarged upon by Nietzsche.
(1) enunciate :: ynganu'n
1. pronounce ::
2. express ::
3. vocalize ::
4. enounce ::
Different Formsenunciate, enunciated, enunciates, enunciating
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