nonverbally nonverbally


  • (adv) without words


  • A lifelong slave of words and reasons, he envies the intensity with which Mandy perceives the world nonverbally through her four acute senses.


  1. "He's emphasizing play fakes, showing nonverbally that you know who you're going to block, taking the right steps," Jordan said. "Where are your eyes going? Where's the stripe of your helmet going? It's a number of things."
    on Aug 15, 2007 By: LaMont Jordan Source: Oakland Tribune

  2. "If they moved up, usually it was going to be a breaking ball," Moyer said. "If they moved back, it might be a fastball. Sometimes, the way they moved was a deke. As a catcher, there's a lot of things you can do, verbally and nonverbally,...
    on Mar 27, 2008 By: Jamie Moyer Source: Cherry Hill Courier Post

  3. "The communication between Pau and I is great, both verbally and nonverbally," Odom said.
    on Apr 23, 2008 By: Lamar Odom Source: Long Beach Press-Telegram

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