English words and Examples of Usage

use "narrate" in a sentence

I don't want to narrate your experience as a Muslim-American in America.

Alan Lomax had recommended Guthrie to narrate the film and sing songs onscreen.

The songs generally narrate or depict the mood of the particular season.

D. H. Lawrence once said that myth is an attempt to narrate a whole human experience. narrow

Rollins began to present and narrate VH1 Legends in 1996.

Former world leaders Mikhail Gorbachev and Bill Clinton have helped to narrate a new recording of Sergei Prokofiev's story "Peter and the Wolf."

Find someone who has been to a beach where people were swimming naked. narrate

Users who commented volunteered to narrate certain chapters.

They hired a famous actor to narrate their documentary about saving the whales.

The films were usually silent and Mr. Dressup would narrate in order to explain events.

They narrate stories while unrolling the scrolls; in return of his services he is paid in cash or kind.19.

Linga Purana and Mahabharata record the birth of Pururavas, but do not narrate the end of Ila's alternating gender condition.

In Dhritarashtra’s abode the Brahmanas used to narrate the accounts of diverse delightful regions and many kings of ancient times.

Archie Rand Chosen to Narrate Reissue of Classic Documentary, The Mystery of Picasso"", The Columbia Record, March 28, 2003."

You can hear Ross narrate the toppling of a Lenin statue in the Ukraine in 2013 or scores more highlights on the Web.

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