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  • n. A thing that or person who verbalizes; frequently contrasted with visualizer.

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  • n. someone who expresses in language; someone who talks (especially someone who delivers a public speech or someone especially garrulous)


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From verbalize +‎ -er.


  • When David Davies fartsit's bottled and rushed straight to Thompson house, where Williamson puts it through a verbalizer and prints it immediately.

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  • Merton, the Trappist monk celebrated for his devotion to an eloquently spiritualized silence, was "a hero of mine because he knew how to shut up," Gray, the compulsive verbalizer, tells us.

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  • Swimming to Cambodia, the late great American writer, actor and one-man verbalizer Spalding Gray tries to work out - among other things - how a bunch of gentle, peace-loving Cambodian Buddhists could have evolved into a rebel army of ruthless Maoist murderers.

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  • And all I'm seeing are bull feathers from the bull verbalizer.


  • (_Citizen Moertin Honners, age 31, occupation verbalizer.

    The Status Civilization


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