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verbal

adjective audible, expressed, nuncupative, oral, parole, pronounced, recited, spoken, stated, unwritten, uttered, verbum, voiced, vox
Associated concepts: Statute of Frauds, verbal acts, verbal agreements, verbal contracts, verbal gift, verbal no fault threshold
See also: loquacious, nuncupative, oral, parol

VERBAL. Parol; by word of mouth; as verbal agreement; verbal evidence. Not in writing.

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