Meaning: consisting of segments held together by joints
"I know, though you're a brute, you're generous," Grushenka articulated with difficulty.
"His honor is still asleep," he articulated deliberately ("You were the first to speak, not I," he seemed to say).
The mammals disappear, then the birds vanish, then the reptiles of the secondary period, and finally the fish, the crustaceans, molluscs, and articulated beings.
Smerdyakov, who was looking at the ground again, and playing with the toe of his right foot, set the foot down, moved the left one forward, and, grinning, articulated:
Thereupon, Tholomyes lowered his voice and articulated something so mirthful, that a vast and enthusiastic grin broke out upon the four mouths simultaneously, and Blachevelle exclaimed, "That is an idea."
She was too faint to rise--she attempted to extend her trembling hand--her lips moved as if she spoke, but no word was articulated; she looked down upon him with a smile of unutterable tenderness, and closed her eyes forever.