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Princeton's WordNet

  1. verballyadverb

    as a verb

    "he had a habit of using nouns verbally"

  2. verballyadverb

    by means of language

    "verbally expressive"


  1. verballyadverb

    In a verbal manner; with words; by speaking.

    Dumbstruck with joy, she was unable to express herself verbally, but the gratitude in her face was evident to all.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Verballyadverb

    in a verbal manner; orally

  2. Verballyadverb

    word for word; verbatim

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of verbally in Chaldean Numerology is: 5

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of verbally in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of verbally in a Sentence

  1. Anuj Somany:

    Two groups of people who only virulently rebuke & verbally fight with each other, but never take any penalizing action against one another are clandestinely together to befool others who are onlookers.

  2. Lisa Storie-Avenatti:

    [ Avenatti ] is hot tempered and used to having Michael Avenatti way – when Michael Avenatti does n’t Michael Avenatti gets extremely loud and verbally aggressive.

  3. Blake Jenner:

    I was verbally and emotionally abused for everything from the family I was born into to the clothes I would wear in photoshoots, i was scratched. I was slapped. I was punched in the face, which caused a trip to the hospital to treat my broken nose.

  4. Passenger Maggie Gremminger:

    She was saying verbally, ‘ My dog is in here, no, this is my dog. ’ The flight attendant, in response, really just continued to ask her to put it above because it was a hazard where it was, it was a safety emergency, someone could trip.

  5. Ricky McGhee:

    I went there to make sure, as the owner of the company, that nothing serious would go down. I wanted to make sure everything wasgoing to be cool, as soon as we entered that park, they started verbally attacking us ... calling us all kinds of names like sellouts and [telling us] what they would do to us.

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