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Word: enunciate

Definition: announce; proclaim; utter or speak, especially distinctly; pronounce clearly; articulate; Ex. This theory was first enunciated by him.


Sentences Containing 'enunciate'

His main work is entitled "De motu naturali gravium, fluidorum et solidorum" ("About the motion of bodies, fluids and solids"), published in 1638; in it, he was the first to enunciate the law of acceleration of a body and to distinguish between mass and weight.
Riperton's ability to enunciate in the high registers set her apart from most other whistle-register singers.

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