over-articulate

over-articulate

adj
excessively articulate
vb
(tr) to articulate too much or to an unnecessary degree
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Lasting democracy is not a temporary show of excitement and manipulation by an over-articulate section of the elite and its captive audience; lasting democracy is a permanent diet to nurture the soul of the whole nation and the political process.
The band said the song "self-consciously toys with the intersection of gender with race by celebrating and championing a coalition of Arab and Muslim women, styled to over-articulate their ethnic background, in a manner more typically employed by Western media to victimise them."
Yet this week Coward's play is given a truly superb packaging by this hugely overworked company who have managed to find so beautifully Coward's intrinsically glib, over-articulate and whimsically amoral characters whose measured skirmishings delighted a crowded house on opening night.
So, before I enrage over-articulate minorities, I ask which other superpower was so religiously tolerant, or would abolish slavery?