- v. Simple past tense and past participle of verbalize.
- adj. communicated in words
“There's speculation and I kind of verbalized it and that's it.”
“Just had a plot bunny bull-rush me so quick and so strong that I actually verbalized the words, "No, God, no!”
“Shock had merged talking and thinking into the same thing, and I verbalized something I didn't mean to say.”
“My gaffe went quietly unnoticed, but what if I had verbalized such an embarrassing interpretation?”
“Many do not have a verbalized invitation at the end of their service, perhaps for either theological reasons, safety reasons, or simply personal preference.”
“I can just see the grin on your face as you verbalized that single sentence masterpiece.”
“As the powerful boat accelerated forward, Gideon verbalized the plan he had been forming since the chopper went down.”
“You have to learn to dry the tears never shed, the anguish never verbalized, the fears hidden below an impassive face.”
“Internal thoughts are often verbalized. theAmericanist Says:”
“Perhaps you have better verbalized why I left radical feminism better than I have ever seen or been able to.”
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