Definition of Articulable

1. Adjective. (context: of words, linguistic expressions, etc.) Capable of being pronounced or expressed distinctly in speech. ¹

2. Adjective. (context: of ideas, thoughts, etc.) Capable of being expressed clearly in language. ¹

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Definition of Articulable

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Articulable

article of clothing
article of commerce
article of extraordinary value
article of faith
article of furniture
articled clerk
articles of agreement
articles of faith
articles of incorporation
articling clerk
articulable (current term)
articular branches
articular capsule
articular cartilage
articular cartilages
articular cavity
articular circumference of radius
articular circumference of ulna
articular corpuscles
articular crescent
articular crests
articular disc

Literary usage of Articulable

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Federal Immigration Law Enforcement in the Southwest: Civil Rights Impacts by John F. Dulles (1998)
"... articulable facts and rational inferences that the person was in the United States illegally.29 Judge Bunton noted in his injunction: To allow INS ..."

2. Brutality Unchecked: Human Rights Abuses Along the U. S. Border with Mexico by Human Rights Watch (Organization, Human Rights Watch (Organization), Americas Watch Committee (U.S.) (1992)
"1976), cert, denied, US 977 (1976) ("articulable facts" forming the basis of a reasonable suspicion are "measured against an objective reasonable man ..."

3. Freedom of Information Act Guide and Privacy Act Overview, (1996) by DIANE Publishing Company (1997)
"21, 1995) (articulable claim arose when agency became aware that its position was not accepted by taxpayers); Lacefield v. United States. No. ..."

4. Police Practices and Civil Rights in New York City: A Report of the United edited by Mary Frances Berry (2000)
"... made in the Draft Report text to clarify that the standard is that the degree of intrusion must be in relation to the degree of articulable suspicion at ..."

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