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narrate

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Their legacy lives on in a new documentary narrated and executive produced by Robin Roberts.

See the show from a lobsterman’s perspective on a Sea Princess ranger-narrated cruise out of Northeast Harbor.

In 1989, he won an Emmy for narrating the documentary series “Portrait of America” for the cable channel TBS.

We first meet Blythe Connor, the tormented mother who narrates “The Push,” as she’s sitting in her car at night, watching her ex-husband’s house.

Alterman narrates the story of their evolving relationship, detailing all the mortifying moments that accompany discovering that your father writes pornographic books.

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Eventually, Washington learned to narrate his way through his demons.

It is to examine, narrate and let others speak for themselves.

Your voice is so distinctive, and you do narrate a lot of documentaries now.

That is why I felt it was important to narrate a short documentary video produced by the Center for American Progress.

Why is she willing to narrate from the perspective of a Filipina caregiver and not, say, a Palestinian?

I may be permitted to narrate a personal incident which occurred before I left Montgomery.

“I have no such tales of stirring interest to narrate as Chaloner has been doing as your deputy, Edward,” replied Humphrey.

Now let me proceed to narrate how I became the captor of a large-sized salmon.

How much we should enjoy having you with us to narrate everything that has happened to you in the last eventful half year!

No translation of an Epic relating to a great war can be acceptable which does not narrate the main events of the war.

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On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to narrate, such as: chronicle, depict, portray, recite, recount, and rehearse.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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