It is to examine, narrate and let others speak for themselves.
Your voice is so distinctive, and you do narrate a lot of documentaries now.
Why is she willing to narrate from the perspective of a Filipina caregiver and not, say, a Palestinian?
Starting with post-'67 jubilance, they narrate an insider history of the occupation.
That is why I felt it was important to narrate a short documentary video produced by the Center for American Progress.
Hence he proceeds to narrate his early courses, especially his amours with mercenary beauties.
Virginia and Sing were compelled to narrate the adventure of the afternoon a dozen times.
I kissed her tenderly, and bade her narrate the circumstances of John's attack.
The origin of these and the like stories is to be found in the tale which I am about to narrate.
The carnage far exceeded that of Hattrass, or of any of the other storms I have had the unpleasant task to narrate.
1748, back-formation from narration or else from Latin narratus, past participle of narrare "to tell, relate, recount" (see narration). "Richardson and Johnson call it Scottish" [OED], a stigma which kept it from general use until 19c. A few mid-17c. instances are traceable to Spanish narrar. Related: Narrated; narrating.