All Adverb
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  • The light of other days was in his eye and his lips moved inarticulately. Cited from It Is Never Too Late to Mend, by Charles Reade
  • He had started forward, but at this he stopped and stared at her inarticulately. Cited from The Conquest of Canaan, by Booth Tarkington
  • Now and then during the rest of the night he looked up with a faint smile, and his lips moved inarticulately. Cited from Cobwebs and Cables, by Hesba Stretton
  • And he would do it quite inarticulately, set in motion by seeing a child crying in the street. Cited from The Good Soldier, by Ford Madox Ford
  • I half believe he thought her a ghost, for I could hear him muttering inarticulately to himself. Cited from The Devil's Own, by Randall Parrish
  • Martin said something, inarticulately, and moved a chair forward. Cited from Who Cares?, by Cosmo Hamilton
  • Still flushed, the man grumbled out something inarticulately and started on his way. Cited from The Desired Woman, by Will N. Harben
  • He stammered something inarticulately, for his emotion was such that he could find no word of thanks. Cited from The Downfall, by Emile Zola
  • She opened her lips inarticulately, weakly raised her arms and would have pitched forward upon her face had she not been supported. Cited from Sinking of the Titanic, etc, Ed. by Logan Marshall
  • When questioned he generally gurgled inarticulately, as though seeking a response, then broke down. Cited from Law-Breakers and Other Stories, by Robert Grant
  • When she turned to leave the room, however, he murmured inarticulately and attempted to stir. Cited from The Claim Jumpers, by Stewart Edward White
  • Lady Audley tried to speak, but the words died inarticulately upon her trembling lips. Cited from Lady Audley's Secret, by Mary Elizabeth Braddon
  • She cried out inarticulately, thrust out with terrified arms, and pushed him from her. Cited from Youth Challenges, by Clarence B Kelland
  • Now she struggled to her feet again and shouted, inarticulately and gladly through her tears. Cited from A Voice in the Wilderness, by Grace Livingston Hill
  • "Want you to go!" he muttered almost inarticulately; and then suddenly he raised his face again to hers. Cited from The Bars of Iron, by Ethel May Dell
  • Directly Katharine moved she felt, inarticulately and violently, that she could not bear to let her go. Cited from Night and Day, by Virginia Woolf
  • He shouted inarticulately after her, but her reply came back, high with desperation and terror. Cited from The City of Delight, by Elizabeth Miller
  • Twice he tried to speak -- and only succeeded in mumbling inarticulately. Cited from Adventures of Jimmie Dale, by F. L. Packard
  • Ernestine was crying out inarticulately; no one listened to the thing she was trying to say. Cited from Wolf Breed, by Jackson Gregory
  • After a moment he utter'd something, but inarticulately. Cited from Complete Prose Works, by Walt Whitman
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Meaning of inarticulately

  • adverb In an inarticulate manner
    he talked inarticulately about the accident that had just taken his wife's life