How to use Speak for in a sentence

speak for
  • But there are facts that speak for an independent mythological connexion between horses and water, e.g.

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  • The early date of our book - the 2nd century B.C. - and its place of composition speak for a Semitic original, and the evidence bearing on this subject is conclusive.

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  • She stood transfixed, afraid to speak for what seemed an hour, but was probably closer to a minute.

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  • He decided to grudgingly concede the role of the director, but they still think the words speak for themselves.

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  • Contrast (typical) - To be announced Corporate speak for " The contrast isn't that good atm " .

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  • It's the same principle as selecting the finest cashmere; choose the best and let it speak for itself.

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  • Let mountains speak for themselves and students may only hear the echoes of their hopes and fears or silence.

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  • Southern CA beaches may have " June Gloom " which means coastal fog most mornings, I cannot speak for the beaches further north.

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  • Ian is passionate about his ideas but will never oversell them, as he believes that good ideas speak for themselves.

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  • Today people have a healthy skepticism toward those claiming to speak for God.

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  • He had a talisman, the use of which he would not divulge, saying the stone could speak for itself.

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  • The new materials from the Aragonese archives, published by Finke, give the same general impression of "uncanny" reticence on Philip's part; when other contemporary kings would have spoken he keeps silence, allowing his ministers to speak for him.

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  • Eating sprouts may be a new concept to you, but the benefits speak for themselves - and they taste delicious.

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  • An emphasis on fresh ingredients and unfussy cooking styles lets the food speak for itself.

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  • This creative option is often a great project for those with a bit of experience in sewing fabrics, and the results will speak for themselves.

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  • Take the elements that speak to you, and leave the rest; no matter which way your design goes, the Old World style will speak for itself.

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  • Instead of allowing the clothes to speak for themselves, women everywhere piled on blush, lipstick, eyeshadow, and mascara.

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  • To keep your look clean and modern, downplay your jewelry and let your eyes speak for themselves!To apply vivid or bold shadows, make sure you have a steady hand and avoid over application.

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  • A teen scrapbook can be daunting, and sometimes you just have to rely on a quote from someone else to speak for your teen.

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  • Guests who fall into an outer circle can often let the card speak for them.

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  • Let the pattern speak for itself and keep the curtain style simple.

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  • Although that accreditation is worthwhile, it doesn't always speak for the quality of a school's program; instead, it's a guarantee that a specific program isn't a "diploma mill" or a scam.

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  • This approach contrasted with the bands earlier, more blues oriented past records, but the results speak for themselves.

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  • The pattern in the marble will speak for itself, with just a little help from the design.

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  • All you need to do is feel the sweaters on offer - the quality of the wool will speak for itself.

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  • Downplay the rest of your outfit and let the jeans speak for themselves.

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  • Wear regular clothes like the vampires do in Twilight and let the eyes and fangs speak for themselves.

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  • If you are unsure about what to say to someone who is grieving, let the Bible speak for you.

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  • The clothes are stylish enough to speak for themselves, and are probably best suited to those with similarly colorful personalities.

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  • New York & Company's Argyle Cardigan has a scoop neck, so if you prefer to let your cardigan speak for itself with no interruption from a colored shirt or a statement-making necklace, try this one on.

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  • Instead, let a colorful tank speak for itself.

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  • Instead of talking with you, he let his "friends" speak for him.

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  • Scorpio believes that who she is stands as a testimony to her character and that her works speak for her, so there’s no need to explain.

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  • They need us to speak for them and act on their behalf.

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  • Their quality and style speak for themselves without having to be over the top and trendy.

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  • Neon Converse shoes speak for themselves.

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  • A gorgeous pictorial tat can speak for itself.

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  • However, regardless of how it is interpreted, the data will speak for itself.

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  • Soon after, however, Manilow and Midler had a falling out and didn't speak for decades.

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  • After their marriage dissolved, the two did not speak for close to 20 years.

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  • The Administrator said not if they hear you speak for five minutes.

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  • You can leave the image plain and let it speak for itself, or add words or other artistic details.

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  • Every image on your web page should speak for itself and have an intended purpose.

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  • This preserves the flavor of the freshest ingredients and lets each ingredient speak for itself.

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  • The Deans let the facts speak for themselves, explaining the situation truthfully while leaving speculation to others.

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  • She moved like a somnambulist, so trance-like Dean hesitated to speak for fear of startling her.

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  • Dean tried to be as objective as possible and let the report speak for itself.

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  • She watched Sirian speak for a long time after.

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  • I think I speak for all men when I say that word never crossed my mind.

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