Verbs that start with N run the gamut from nestle and nuzzle to nettle and needle. They can create a homey environment as you nest, or cause a scandal as you nitpick. You’ll notice some of the verbs listed below are words we typically use in their noun form. So, it’ll be interesting to see them functioning in a different capacity.
Let’s kick things off with a quick review of verbs before we nominate our top 50 N-verbs.
The American journalist William Safire (born 1929) was one of the most influential political columnists in the United States into the 1990s. A former public relations executive and President Richard Nixon speechwriter, Safire contributed a conservative perspective to the New York Times.