- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of vocalize.
“Trevor remembers his home and his parents though, through his dreams, and one day vocalizes this.”
“But Mackey has not been deterred by controversy; he vocalizes the movement more fiercely now than ever before.”
“It co-opts shallow pity for the disabled, vocalizes a repressed public aversion, yanks our secret fears and embarrassments into the open -- where they suddenly become funny.”
“Ms. Wardon also vocalizes with the Clogs, a chamber quartet formed by Bryce Dessner of the indie-rock act the National and Australian violinist Padma Newsome.”
“He has very strong opinions, which he vocalizes often and he has a hard time letting others be who they want to be.”
“For example, Janet Wagner who vocalizes the poem “Stigmata” appears in The Bell Jar as the “sweet, farm-fresh Betsy from Kansas.””
“Palin is admired because she vocalizes the heart of most Americans today: protect the unborn innocent from murder, don't spend more than you make, God-Family-Work order of priorities and common sense values.”
“She strums her guitar and vocalizes parts of the song in Farsi in what appears to be her kitchen.”
“(He vocalizes in imitation of a drummer playing free.)”
“Pollsters bear out his assertion that no matter what slogans the Tea Party vocalizes, a large majority of their members happen to be anti-abortion and anti-gay marriage.”
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