verbalize

[ vur-buh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF verbalize
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They wont have to wait for the Council to verbalize a measure.

It was getting tiresome to try to verbalize something she only felt.

It is induced in his hearers, and they verbalize it, re-enforcing it in themselves and in him.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, "use too many words," from French verbaliser (16c.); see verbal. Meaning "express in words" is attested from 1875. Related: Verbalized; verbalizing.

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