A thing that or person who verbalizes; frequently contrasted with visualizer.(noun)
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Use "verbalizer" in a sentence
"When David Davies fartsit's bottled and rushed straight to Thompson house, where Williamson puts it through a verbalizer and prints it immediately."
"Merton, the Trappist monk celebrated for his devotion to an eloquently spiritualized silence, was "a hero of mine because he knew how to shut up," Gray, the compulsive verbalizer, tells us."
"Swimming to Cambodia, the late great American writer, actor and one-man verbalizer Spalding Gray tries to work out - among other things - how a bunch of gentle, peace-loving Cambodian Buddhists could have evolved into a rebel army of ruthless Maoist murderers."