non-verbally


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Adv.1.non-verbally - without words; "they communicated nonverbally"
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The victim communicated non-verbally, mainly through hand gestures.
Students can effectively communicate, verbally and non-verbally, with diverse groups.
It can enable children who find it hard to talk to communicate non-verbally through the production of visual artwork.
Communication means simultaneously talking and/or signaling non-verbally, listening and/or observing non-verbal signals, thinking, interacting, planning and responding (4).
ori, Pasifika, children and young people, as well as those who communicate non-verbally.
Partners learn basic steps and cues to understand how to communicate with each other non-verbally in class.
Raising the tea cup a little up over the table the head of the family said solemnly, "This tea drinking ceremony is in remembrance of all the workers who sacrificed their life today for us; look at the red colour of this scented tea; (everyone looked at it with such reverence which amazed me) it looks like their blood; as we hold this tea in our hands our workers are telling us non-verbally 'Take and drink, this is my blood poured out for you today'; we are nourished by their blood and sweat, by their energy spent for us today.
Whether communication is done verbally (using voice), written (using printed or digital media such as books, magazines, websites, or emails), visually (using logos, maps, charts, or graphs), or non-verbally (using body language, gestures, and the tone and pitch of voice), how it is done can change the way in which the message is received.
Tap your emotional intelligence to read your lawyer clients, both verbally and non-verbally.
way to non-verbally tell someone that you're thinking about them.
DB: It's been invented, but we've picked it up verbally and non-verbally, by implication from childhood; it pervades as the ground of our thoughts and perceptions, so it has to be questioned.