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English citations of verbly

Noun: verbally[edit]

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  • 2000, William Mackenzie, David Brooke, The diary of William Mackenzie, the first international railway contractor, page 193
    ...this proposal was verbly accepted...
  • 2006, PerfectlyAble, link
    But Bush does just this, verbly and militarily, bombing the weeds in the middle east who are seeding further and farther afield.
  • 2008, Ann Rule, No Regrets: And Other True Cases:Ann Rule's True Crime Files: Vol.II, page 338
    On agreement made verbly [sic] at this time (December 21), I will not oppose a divorce prepared by my husband on any grounds he wants.
  • 2008, Dave Coleman, link
    I left showroom after I was verbly abused by the service manager.