from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. In a verbal manner; with words; by speaking.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a verbal manner; orally.
- adv. Word for word; verbatim.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a verbal manner.
- In words spoken; by words uttered; orally.
- Word for word: as, to translate verbally, Like a verb; as or in the manner of a verb.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. as a verb
- adv. by means of language
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Sears made it pretty much impossible to do anything farther than complain verbally and we know how far that goes.
She is getting obscene pleasure in verbally moralizing on him in public.
To be completely fair, Governor Sarah Palin verbally assasinated Tina Fey when she paraded about in Tina Fey costume during Haloween.
According to TSN. ca, highly respected Stars veteran Mike Modano was bothered by Avery's conduct in verbally jousting with fans in a game against Boston earlier this season.
Having the officers write out the grounds after they have already explained them verbally is just daft!
And teaching to groups verbally is broken, perhaps beyond repair.
Junior has always displayed a cruel delight in verbally branding his factota.
It was only after considerably longer experience that I realised the waste of energy entailed by this process, since the practical opposition which blocks the way to the legal removal of sex disability is not due to those men or women who have courage to publicly record their opposition, but to those who take shelter in verbally advocating the cause, while at the same time opposing any effective move for its achievement.
- Must communicate effectively in English, verbally and in writing
But he said both sides promised not to talk about the terms verbally agreed to by board and union leadership.