verb (used with object), nar·rat·ed, nar·rat·ing.
verb (used without object), nar·rat·ed, nar·rat·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for narrate
Raghavendran narrated an audio recording of the articles in the project for people who have vision or other reading challenges.Editors’ Note: Why We Investigated the Treatment of People With Developmental Disabilities|by T. Christian Miller, ProPublica, and Jill Jorden Spitz, Arizona Daily Star|November 5, 2020|ProPublica
If you’ve ever watched a David Attenborough–narrated documentary—a statistical likelihood by this point—then you’ve heard sounds captured by Watson.
From a city guidebook publisher branching out to national parks to a new Kevin Costner–narrated app featuring forgotten stories of the West, these five releases are taking the act of travel into a whole new age.
When a book is narrated by Death, you know it’s gonna get dark.
The marine biologist has been narrating the story of the changing continent for the past 30 years.The Greening of Antarctica - Issue 90: Something Green|Marissa Grunes|October 7, 2020|Nautilus
For Washington is narrating America through its demons, one story at a time.
Smith did a creditable job narrating Pershing's (unsuccessful) 1916 expedition in pursuit of Pancho Villa.
Novels with dead young girls narrating seems to have hardened into a genre of its own.The Problem With Dead Narrators: ‘The Catastrophic History of You and Me’|Leila Sales|April 26, 2012|DAILY BEAST
They plunged at once into conversation, narrating their mutual adventures; still it was not so pleasant as it might have been.Skipper Worse|Alexander Lange Kielland
In life, our faith in any narration is much influenced by the personal appearance, voice, and gesture of the person narrating.
Another most important matter in writing history, and that indeed in which the art lies, is the method of narrating.
I am thus particular in narrating details of events which led to a most disastrous result.Hurricane Hurry|W.H.G. Kingston
My father was a clergyman, the vicar of a large parish in the south of Ireland, where the events I am now narrating took place.Peter the Whaler|W.H.G. Kingston