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  • 1Enunciation — E*nun ci*a tion (?; 277), n. [L. enuntiatio, ciatio.] 1. The act of enunciating, announcing, proclaiming, or making known; open attestation; declaration; as, the enunciation of an important truth. [1913 Webster] By way of interpretation and… …

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  • 2enunciation — 1550s, declaration, from L. enuntiationem (nom. enuntiatio) enunciation, declaration, noun of action from pp. stem of enuntiare (see ENUNCIATE (Cf. enunciate)). Meaning articulation of words is from 1750 …

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  • 3Enunciation — Enunciation, lat. deutsch, Aussage, Erklärung; enunciativ, aussagend; Enunciatum, Ausspruch; enunciren, aussagen, erklären …

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  • 4enunciation — index assertion, declaratory judgment, disclosure (something disclosed), notice (announcement), notification, profession (decla …

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  • 5Enunciation — In phonetics, enunciation is the act of speaking. Good enunciation is the act of speaking clearly and concisely. The opposite of good enunciation is mumbling or slurring.Annunciate is to specifically communicate. An annunciator panel on a piece… …

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  • 6enunciation — noun a) The act of enunciating, announcing, proclaiming, or making known; open attestation; declaration; as, the enunciation of an important truth. b) Mode of utterance or pronunciation, especially as regards fullness and distinctness or… …

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  • 7enunciation — /i nun see ay sheuhn/, n. 1. an act or manner of enunciating. 2. utterance or pronunciation. 3. a formal announcement or statement: the enunciation of a doctrine. [1545 55; < L enuntiation (s. of enuntiatio). See ENUNCIATE, ION] * * * …

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  • 8enunciation — enunciate ► VERB 1) say or pronounce clearly. 2) set out precisely or definitely. DERIVATIVES enunciation noun enunciator noun. ORIGIN Latin enuntiare announce clearly …

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  • 9enunciation — noun see enunciate …

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  • 10enunciation — См. espressione 2 …

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  • 11enunciation — Synonyms and related words: affirmance, affirmation, allegation, announcement, annunciation, articulation, assertion, asseveration, attack, averment, avouchment, avowal, bulletin board, circular, communique, conclusion, creed, declaration,&#8230; …

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  • 12enunciation — I (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Clear speech] Syn. articulation, pronunciation, delivery; see diction . 2. [A formal statement] Syn. pronouncement, announcement, proclamation; see declaration 1 , 2 . II (Roget s Thesaurus II) noun The use of the speech&#8230; …

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  • 13enunciation — e·nun·ci·a·tion || ɪ‚nÊŒnsɪ eɪʃn n. act of pronouncing words in an articulate or clear manner; announcement, declaration …

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  • 14enunciation — n. 1. Declaration, utterance, expression, announcement. 2. Elocution, articulation, manner of utterance …

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  • 15enunciation — n 1. delivery, presentation, attack, force of utterance; speech pattern, manner of speaking, mode of expression; emphasis, accent, accentuation, stress, syllable stress; articulating, pronouncing, modulating, intonating, vocalizing, enunciating;&#8230; …

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  • 16enunciation — enun·ci·a·tion …

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  • 17enunciation — See: enunciate …

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  • 18enunciation — /əˌnʌnsiˈeɪʃən/ (say uh.nunsee ayshuhn), /i / (say ee ) noun 1. the act or the manner of enunciating. 2. utterance or pronunciation. 3. a formal announcement; a formal statement, as of a proposition or doctrine …

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  • 20enunciation — noun the articulation of speech regarded from the point of view of its intelligibility to the audience • Syn: ↑diction • Derivationally related forms: ↑enunciate • Hypernyms: ↑articulation • Hyponyms: ↑mumbling …

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