verb (used with object), ver·bal·ized, ver·bal·iz·ing.
verb (used without object), ver·bal·ized, ver·bal·iz·ing.
Examples from the Web for verbalize
Whether she can verbalize it or not, family does seemingly come first.
It is induced in his hearers, and they verbalize it, re-enforcing it in themselves and in him.Naudsonce|H. Beam Piper
It was getting tiresome to try to verbalize something she only felt.Omnilingual|H. Beam Piper
They wont have to wait for the Council to verbalize a measure.The Variable Man|Philip K. Dick
British Dictionary definitions for verbalize
Word Origin and History for verbalize
c.1600, "use too many words," from French verbaliser (16c.); see verbal. Meaning "express in words" is attested from 1875. Related: Verbalized; verbalizing.