put into words

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Any difficult topics about unsavoury incidents can be fobbed off with "It's hard to put into words .
It is difficult to put into words all that I have gained from Pedagogy Saturday over the past 10 years, but I know I am a different teacher today because of it.
It is difficult to put into words how pleased we are to see the end of the tunnel and to be looking at a bright future," said Del Duca.
I find these correctives particularly helpful, because they put into words things I know to be true but sometimes forget.
I felt moved by emotions, which I cannot put into words.
It's hard to put into words how God is opening up doors for ministry and especially sharing the Gospel," Pastor Jay Adkins of the First Baptist Church in Westwego, La.
I'm glad someone finally put into words what I've been thinking ever since I became active in the GLBTI community.
Anselm's atonement theology and put into words what has been in my mind and heart for many years.
The Montreal Declaration "is an attempt to put into words central essential tenets of the Christian faith.
For Renaissance artists as well as the ancients, geometry was a prevailing fascination; Thomas Taylor's assertion that "all mathematical forms have a primary subsistence in the soul" perhaps helps put into words the life possessed by Duff's initially stolid-seeming constructions.
I cannot put into words the impact the statue had on my seeing it up close.
It is difficult to put into words the powerful impact that almost any one of these photographs produces.