Third-person singular simple present indicative form of enunciate.(verb)
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Use "enunciates" in a sentence
""In memory everything seems to happen to music," the actor enunciates, as an instrumental controlled by Nielson - via SFX sound playback software and an Ethernet cable - ripples through the theater."
"I like to think that he enunciates words like that with big exaggerated hand gestures and then runs away doing 'pew-pew' gunshot effects."
"In the title track, with Ms. Bush gently exhorting him, the actor Stephen Fry enunciates 50 words for snow; the song is a modal bit colored by squeals from Dan McIntosh's guitar and driven by Mr. Gadd's brushes chugging on the snare and hi-hat."