Third-person singular simple present indicative form of speak.(verb)
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Use "speaks" in a sentence
"To deny that it is the Holy Ghost who speaks in Scripture, is an intelligible position; but admitting that _he speaks_, we can only understand his thoughts by listening to his words."
"That being said, the natural gas industry will still be hard pressed to develop to its full capability because of an oil and coal influence-addled Congress; please see my piece "Our Lob otomized bied Congress 'Energy Bill Excludes Our Most Efficient, Cleanest, Newly Plentiful Energy Source: Natural Gas", from a year and a half ago -- I believe the title speaks for itself."
"I guess the title speaks for itself, and the 234-page manuscript wastes no time with introductions or executive summaries, jumping right into idea #1, Encourage More Students to Attend Community College."