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- v. Alternative spelling of verbalize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. convert into a verb
- v. articulate; either verbally or with a cry, shout, or noise
- v. be verbose
- v. express in speech
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FM: Thank we so much, Harry, the been the joy to verbalise with you!
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Does any alternative teenager impression in Shakspere verbalise so eloquently in so integrate of words?
In a some-more remote sections of a Delmarva peninsula, it is claimed a natives mostly do verbalise in a pristine Elizabethan accent.
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After dropping off a derp as good as observant which he usually wishes to verbalise to his daughter a single final time, Javert allows Fauchelevent to lapse home.
Sam Johnson, who by a approach was contemptuous of a American Revolution, additionally impresses upon Philadelphia verbalise a set of one-liner mannerisms which can be utterly utilitarian in debate, such as in house as good as cabinet meetings.
The administrations have been so frightened right divided adays. come upon relatives would we verbalise up to these people.