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Definition of "verbalization" []

  • To express (an idea, feeling, etc) in words (verb)
  • To change (any word that is not a verb) into a verb or derive a verb from (any word that is not a verb) (verb)
  • To be verbose (verb)
  • An instance of verbalizing. (noun)

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Use "verbalization" in a sentence
  • "There the offender in such cases is subjected to a process known as 'verbalization' -- that is, his name, address, age, and all particulars of the offence are noted by the police; and he is thereupon informed that he will be called upon to give an account of himself later."
  • "The Arablers have no language at all; once introduce them to the idea of verbalization and their wings are clipped."
  • ""The presence of the archaic slang verbalization 'what's up' appears to indicate that they cared about the immediate welfare of others in their closely knit community, much as we do today.""