Verbatim in a Sentence


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Verbatim - Definition


repeating the exact words that were used

Use Verbatim in a sentence



Do you have to repeat everything I say verbatim?


It is the court reporter’s job to capture every word spoken verbatim.


While my hearing is not perfect, I am certain I can repeat every word of her speech verbatim.


It was obvious the playwright included lines from the book almost verbatim in his play.


Because my visual presentation included everything in my report verbatim, my teacher gave me a grade simply on the presentation itself.



If you are too lazy to read the book, you can almost get the full plot verbatim by watching the movie of the same title.


To test my grandmother’s memory, the doctor asked her to repeat his words verbatim.


Because he had such a great memory, Jason could recite the lyrics of a song verbatim after only hearing it once.


While the teacher was not looking, Janice copied Mark’s test answers verbatim.


It was apparent the witnesses had been coached because they gave the same testimony verbatim.


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Verbatim synonyms


directly, exactly, word for word




Verbatim antonyms


paraphrased, inexact