Meaning of articulately in English:

articulately

Pronunciation /ɑːˈtɪkjʊlətli/

Translate articulately into Spanish

adverb

See articulate

‘Special mention goes out to supporting cast member Jennifer Scullion, whose portrayal of Carson, the truth-twisting prosecutor, was articulately brilliant, poised and polished.’
  • ‘I will stick with the facts and state our position articulately and I know that the British people will respond to that,’ he says.’
  • ‘‘Anybody who stood up to McCarthy in closed session, and did so articulately, tended not to get called up into the public session,’ Ritchie said.’
  • ‘I have overheard many activists speak of their concerns comprehensively and articulately to reporters, only to have their comments left unaired or edited down to a puzzling sound bite.’
  • ‘One of the things I have always admired about you, and that sets you aside from the general run of proprietors, is that you so articulately and amusingly say exactly what is on your mind.’