One that articulates: an articulator of the students' concerns. (noun)
One of the organs of speech, such as the lips or tongue.(noun)
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Use "articulator" in a sentence
"It’s an ancient relative of mammals, and the jaw joint in this animal is formed by two bones, that blue one marked by a “Q” in the top jaw and the red one, which is called the articulator, in the lower jaw."
""He became the articulator of what I had felt," notes Black, who had seen the aftermath of the worst of Nazi atrocities when he helped liberate Buchenwald while serving in the Army during World War II."
"Who is to be blamed, the articulator or the reader."