verbal[ vur-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF verbal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VERBAL
Callers can leave a verbal message in the phonograph instead of a note.
The Crucifixion.marvellous picture by an effort at a verbal account of it.
None, sir—I came off at a moment's warning—my message is verbal.
But no riot or verbal explosion followed the opening of the door.
It was wrong to trust any one with a verbal message in the cabinet of a fox.
If he be ill and cannot write, tell him that he may trust you with a verbal answer.
"Better not, mamma; a verbal 'happy to see Sir Harvey,' safer," was the answer.
This statement is not so much of a verbal exaggeration as may be supposed.
Both these men were amenable to the influence of verbal suggestions.
Under patrol of verbal promise the prisoner was permitted to attend the burial.