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acclaim vote by voice or applause, showing virtually unanimous approval; acclamation. [1/4 definitions]
acclamation a vote by voice or applause, showing virtually unanimous approval. [1/2 definitions]
active in grammar, designating the voice or form of a verb whose subject acts through the verb, rather than being the object of the verb's action, such as "signed" in "Five petitioners signed the document". (Cf. passive.) [2/6 definitions]
aloud in an audible voice; not in silence or a whisper. [2 definitions]
aria a solo piece for voice with instrumental accompaniment, usu. sung in an opera. [1/2 definitions]
baritone the range of the male voice that is intermediate between tenor and bass. [2/4 definitions]
bass1 the part of music designated for the voice or instrument in the lowest range of pitch, or musical tones produced in the low range. [1/5 definitions]
bawl to cry or shout in a loud and insistent voice. [1/3 definitions]
breathy of a voice, softened or otherwise altered in timbre by more than ordinary expiration of breath. [1/2 definitions]
bullhorn an electronic, usu. portable megaphone or loudspeaker that can amplify the voice or other sounds.
contralto the lowest female singing voice, between alto and tenor. [3 definitions]
countertenor a man's singing voice that is higher than that of a tenor. [2 definitions]
croak to make a low, hoarse sound with the voice, like that of a frog. [1/4 definitions]
deliver to voice. [1/9 definitions]
diapason the full range of a voice or instrument. [1/3 definitions]
earshot the distance or range over which a voice or other sound can be heard.
emit to give voice to. [1/3 definitions]
enunciate to pronounce (words), esp. in a clear and distinct voice. [2/3 definitions]
expression the use of tone of voice, gestures, attitude of the body, or facial demeanor to communicate feeling. [1/5 definitions]
falsetto a voice pitched unnaturally high, esp. that of a male singer. [2/3 definitions]
fugue a musical form or composition in which one or more themes are stated by one voice and are then restated and modified in counterpoint in strict order by several voices. [1/2 definitions]