- adj.不善辞令的; 笨口拙舌; 嘴笨;
- 副词: inarticulately;
Inarticulate and rather shy, he had always dreaded speaking in public.
His parents were dull and inarticulate.
Kempton made an inarticulate noise at the back of his throat as if he were about to choke.
Talk of chestnuts loosened the tongue of this inarticulate young man.
汉英文学 - 中国现代小说
She saw his eyes and gave another inarticulate cry.
He launches into an inarticulate tirade against conventional people.
He had fallen on his knees in inarticulate prayer, weeping.
He becomes inarticulate when angry.
He was inarticulate and stupid in thought.
She uttered an inarticulate exclamation, and stood fixed.
She was inarticulate with astonishment.
She broke continually into shouts of a wild , inarticulate, and sometimes piercing music.
英汉文学 - 红字
He held out his hand with a gesture which conveyed something of this inarticulate conflict.
They met at a turn and kissed with laughter and exclamations inarticulate and stirring.
The birds sang in the tree - tops; but their song, however sweet, was inarticulate.
鸟儿在树梢间唱歌; 可是,它们的歌声不管多么甜蜜, 却无法让人理解.
In so doing they give composure to a segment of the inarticulate environment in which they take their stand.
1. without or deprived of the use of speech or words;
"remained stupidly inarticulate and saying something noncommital"
"inarticulate with rage"
"an inarticulate cry"