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1. The job applicant must have good verbal skills.
2. They had made a verbal agreement to sell.
3. Airport officials received a stream of verbal abuse from angry passengers whose flights had been delayed.
4. Many strikebreakers were subjected to verbal and physical attacks.
5. He leveled a verbal assault against his Democratic opponents.
6. I delivered a verbal protest against their brutal acts.sentencedict.com/verbal.html
7. The test measures verbal and mathematical ability.
8. Verbal nouns have the ending -ing.
9. His verbal pyrotechnics could hold an audience spellbound.
10. He launched into a verbal assault on tabloid journalism.
11. Maria was getting loads of verbal from her staff.
12. We have a verbal agreement with her.
13. They cross verbal swords with each other.
14. Teachers reported decreases in drug use and verbal abuse of teachers.
15. He launched into a verbal attack on her handling of the finances.
16. It can sometimes be difficult to give a verbal description of things like colours and sounds.
17. The test has scores for verbal skills, mathematical skills,(Sentencedict.com) and abstract reasoning skills.
18. He had apparently experienced a lot of verbal abuse from his co-workers.
19. Verbal abuse was hardly the payment I expected for my troubles.
20. Her article contained one or two verbal felicities which will stay in my mind for years.
21. The money has been recovered without resorting to verbal abuse or strong-arm tactics.
22. Interviewers quickly learn to pick up non - verbal signals.
23. The first is discursive or verbal consciousness.
24. A compliment is verbal sunshine. Robert Orben
25. Without labels, verbal communication is impossible.
26. The effects of verbal abuse can be shattering.
27. Building a convincing verbal presentation means developing a framework.
28. They were jostled and subjected to a torrent of verbal abuse.
29. Sales assistants are often at the receiving end of verbal abuse from customers.
30. Do you have it down in writing/on paper, or was it just a verbal agreement?