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articular of or relating to body joints.
articulate spoken in clear and distinct words or syllables, or having a tendency to speak clearly and distinctly. [10 definitions]
articulated lorry (chiefly British) a very large truck, consisting of a cab and freight-hauling trailer, that carries goods over long distances; tractor-trailer; semi.
articulation the act or process of articulating. [5 definitions]
artifact any object made by human beings, esp. one of an earlier era. [2 definitions]
artifice a shrewd or clever trick. [2 definitions]
artificer a person skilled in designing and constructing things; inventor. [2 definitions]
artificial created by human beings. [3 definitions]
artificial insemination the use of means other than sexual intercourse to impregnate a female.
artificial intelligence the research in and development of computer programs or computers to initiate human thought processes such as reasoning or decision-making.
artificial respiration the resumption or continuation of a person's breathing, as by forcing air into and out of the person's lungs.
artillery mounted large-caliber weapons, such as cannons or rocket launchers, used in land warfare and manned by a crew. [3 definitions]
artisan a person skilled in making things, esp. with the hands; craftsperson.
artist a person who is skilled at painting, sculpting, music, writing, or the like. [3 definitions]
artiste an artist, esp. a public performer such as a singer, dancer, or actor. [2 definitions]
artistic of or relating to art or artists. [3 definitions]
artistry the artistic quality of a product, or the artistic skill of a producer. [2 definitions]
artless free of deceit and cunning; guileless. [3 definitions]
art nouveau (sometimes cap.) a style of art in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, notable for motifs taken from nature and expressed with curved lines.
art room a room in a school where art is taught and where art materials are kept.
artsy-craftsy (informal) involving or given to arts and crafts.