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voice

voice

 
pronunciation:
voIs
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb
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part of speech: noun
definition 1: the sounds produced by the vocal chords and uttered through the mouth, esp. by a human being.
similar words:
articulation, call, cry, expression, intonation, song, sound, speech, tone, utterance
definition 2: the ability to make such sounds.
similar words:
articulation, enunciation, expression, language, speech, tongue
definition 3: any sound that resembles those produced by the vocal chords.
definition 4: an expression of desire or interest.
the voice of the voters
similar words:
assertion, desire, feeling, need, opinion, preference, sentiment, thinking, view, will, wish
definition 5: the authority or power to express a viewpoint.
She wanted a voice in the decision.
synonyms:
say
similar words:
choice, vote
definition 6: a melodic section of a musical score.
similar words:
part
definition 7: a singer or group of singers.
a piece written for voice and piano
similar words:
singer
definition 8: in grammar, a category of verb inflections that express the relationship of the subject, esp. as the agent or the recipient, to the action of the verb.
definition 9: any grouping of such inflections, such as "passive voice," or any such inflected form of a particular verb.
 
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: voiced, voices, voicing
definition 1: to express; declare.
synonyms:
express
similar words:
air, announce, articulate, assert, blab, blurt, communicate, convey, declare, deliver, disclose, divulge, mention, proclaim, profess, pronounce, relate, state, tell
definition 2: to articulate with the voice.
synonyms:
articulate, pronounce, say, sound
similar words:
enunciate, phrase, speak, utter, verbalize, vocalize
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