Subverbal



adjective
1.
of or relating to words:
verbal ability.
2.
consisting of or in the form of words:
verbal imagery.
3.
expressed in spoken words; oral rather than written:
verbal communication; verbal agreement.
4.
consisting of or expressed in words (as opposed to actions):
a verbal protest.
5.
pertaining to or concerned with words only (as opposed to ideas, facts, or realities):
a purely verbal distinction between two concepts.
6.
corresponding word for word; verbatim:
a verbal translation.
7.
using words:
verbal facility.
8.
based on the use of words (as opposed to other activity):
a verbal score in a test; verbal IQ.
9.
Grammar.

of, relating to, or derived from a verb.
used in a sentence as or like a verb, as participles and infinitives.

noun
10.
Grammar. a word, particularly a noun or adjective, derived from a verb.
adjective
1.
of, relating to, or using words, esp as opposed to ideas, etc: merely verbal concessions
2.
oral rather than written: a verbal agreement
3.
verbatim; literal: an almost verbal copy
4.
(grammar) of or relating to verbs or a verb
noun
5.
(grammar) another word for verbid
6.
(pl) (slang) abuse or invective: new forms of on-field verbals
7.
(pl) (slang) a criminal’s admission of guilt on arrest
verb (transitive) -bals, -balling, -balled
8.
(slang) (of the police) to implicate (someone) in a crime by quoting alleged admission of guilt in court

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