re- + articulate
rearticulate (third-person singular simple present rearticulates, present participle rearticulating, simple past and past participle rearticulated)
- To articulate again.
2007 April 15, Liesl Schillinger, “The Night Train to Bucharest”, in New York Times:
- Can such a child be ennobled by the passage of time, his struggles granted retroactive gravitas and his childish confusions rearticulated with adult clarity?