Definition for NAR'RATE

NAR'RATE, v.t. [L. narro; It. narrare; Sp. narrar; Fr. narrer. Class Nr, No. 2, 5, 6.]

  1. To tell, rehearse or recite, as a story; to relate the particulars of any event or transaction, or any series of incidents.
  2. To write, as the particulars of a story or history. We never say, to narrate a sentence, a sermon or an oration, but we narrate a story, or the particular events which have fallen under our observation, or which we have heard related.

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