Third-person singular simple present indicative form of articulate.(verb)
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Use "articulates" in a sentence
"Suffice to say here that the Passagen-Werk section about Shelley, Baudelaire, and allegory is one of the key instances where Benjamin articulates his formal theory (of allegory's proto-critical and constructionist nature) together with an historical instance of a lyric poet whom Benjamin and his circle definitely regard as progressive and committed: whom they regard, indeed, as den grossen revolutionären Dichter. 20"
"And in that sense, I think she kind of articulates society ` s unarticulated rage."
"Even though I might not always agree with everything he says, I just love the way he articulates and elaborates his opinions, it works well with Devindra Quigley and Chen who are also pretty detailed and insightful."