Eventually, Washington learned to narrate his way through his demons.
It is to examine, narrate and let others speak for themselves.
Starting with post-'67 jubilance, they narrate an insider history of the occupation.
Your voice is so distinctive, and you do narrate a lot of documentaries now.
That is why I felt it was important to narrate a short documentary video produced by the Center for American Progress.
Hence he proceeds to narrate his early courses, especially his amours with mercenary beauties.
So, too, I see, is it with those who undertake to narrate facts.
I kissed her tenderly, and bade her narrate the circumstances of John's attack.
I hastened to our envoy to narrate the event, and abide the issue.
The carnage far exceeded that of Hattrass, or of any of the other storms I have had the unpleasant task to narrate.
1748, back-formation from narration or else from Latin narratus, past participle of narrare "to tell, relate, recount" (see narration). "Richardson and Johnson call it Scottish" [OED], a stigma which kept it from general use until 19c. A few mid-17c. instances are traceable to Spanish narrar. Related: Narrated; narrating.