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How to use verbalize in a sentence

Her voice is all grace and clarity as it moves across her throat, but when it’s time to verbalize the melody, she becomes artfully tentative, making her lyrics go soft and chewy in her mouth.
YES, YOU CAN JUDGE THIS SNOH AALEGRA ALBUM BY ITS COVERCHRIS RICHARDSJULY 30, 2021WASHINGTON POST
It brings back how hard it was to speak up, to verbalize it all for the first time.
SIMONE BILES WAS ABANDONED BY AMERICAN OLYMPIC OFFICIALS, AND THE TORMENT HASN’T STOPPEDSALLY JENKINSJULY 29, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Remote experiences deny therapists the nonverbal signals—how a person is sitting, bodily ticks like foot-tapping—that help them observe feelings a client isn’t verbalizing.
UYGHURS OUTSIDE CHINA ARE TRAUMATIZED. NOW THEY’RE STARTING TO TALK ABOUT ITANDREW MCCORMICKJUNE 16, 2021MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
As she told The Lily earlier this year, writing was a means of self-expression when she found herself unable to verbalize her thoughts.
AMANDA GORMAN READS POEM ‘THE HILL WE CLIMB’ AT INAUGURATIONAMY B WANGJANUARY 20, 2021WASHINGTON POST
They wont have to wait for the Council to verbalize a measure.
THE VARIABLE MANPHILIP K. DICK
It was getting tiresome to try to verbalize something she only felt.
OMNILINGUALH. BEAM PIPER
It is induced in his hearers, and they verbalize it, re-enforcing it in themselves and in him.
NAUDSONCEH. BEAM PIPER
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WORDS RELATED TO VERBALIZE

  • babble
  • burble
  • buzz
  • drip
  • drone
  • flow
  • growl
  • gurgle
  • hum
  • meander
  • moan
  • mumble
  • mutter
  • purl
  • purr
  • ripple
  • rumble
  • stage-whisper
  • stammer
  • stutter
  • susurrate
  • tinkle
  • trickle
  • utter
  • verbalize
  • vocalize
  • voice
  • whisper
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