She held them there in their preliminary position of enunciation, pursed and wrinkled, like the tied end of a sausage-link.
What was the slight peculiarity of her enunciation, when she read?
Something in the enunciation puzzled Karyl with a hint of the familiar.
His enunciation would have been almost totally unintelligible to a stranger.
You admire the limpidity of his thought, the purity of his enunciation, and your own knowledge of a tongue so recently acquired.
Her carriage is excellent, and her enunciation is perfectly clear.
Hardly could he rally his tongue to the enunciation of a single platitude even of the most obviously staring sort.
The Philadelphian is quite as marked in tone and enunciation.
The enunciation of the greatest dogmas did not prevent his anti-theological temper bursting forth.
His enunciation was peculiarly pure, and I doubt not that he was a gentleman born.
enunciation 1530s, from L. enuntiationem (nom. enuntiatio), from enuntiare "enunciate," from ex- "from" + nuntius "messenger" (see nuncio).