diction


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Synonyms for diction

Synonyms for diction

choice of words and the way in which they are used

Synonyms for diction

the articulation of speech regarded from the point of view of its intelligibility to the audience

Synonyms

the manner in which something is expressed in words

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In addition to the thousands of texts it offers, IPA Source also has many diction aids and resources available free of charge.
Nonetheless, DICTION offers an improvement over the status quo as it allows the authors to draw on a wide swath of theoretical literature to establish "Democratic" and "Republican" tones.
SOMETHING in that strange clipped diction of Conor J O'Brien sets him apart from the rest.
His poetry has a distinctive diction laced with language reminiscent of Amir Khusro in its use of words and construction that is usually heard in the more earthy dialects of the Hindi-Urdu complex of languages.
In the first half I found some of the diction hard to pick up at the back of the hall.
His voice and diction were excellent and he easily portrayed the conflicted anti-hero.
She has such diction and her vocal cords are really strong as she ran through one song and then immediately into another and another.
The chorus certainly earned their keep, singing forte for much of the time, with sharp diction and, generally, a fine sound.
This was a chamber-music account, tenderness and intimacy setting the huge apocalyptic outbursts into proper context, with the CBSO Chorus persuasively confiding in their whispered, crystalclear diction (what a pity the altos led decidedly bumpily into the "Libera Me" fugue).
e-mail) English and German Diction for Singers: A Comparative Approach, by Amanda Johnston.
Award-winning teacher and Oberlin College Professor of Music Education Peggy Bennett has written a book that provides parents, teachers, and adult caregivers with rich ideas for using familiar nursery rhymes to promote diction, foster creativity, and more.
Voice productivity specialist The BigHand Group announced today the release of BigHand 4, the latest edition of its digital diction workflow software.
KANGANA RANAUT may be laughed at by her co- stars for her English diction or her sudden weight gain at strategic areas of her body, but when it comes to her work, she knows how to stay ahead of the game and ignore the snide digs.
Joined only by guitarist David Rosser, the overall sound was sparse and beautiful and Lanegan's diction was flawless.
I found some of the diction of German soprano Kirsten Blanck odd, but musically it was strong and her acting solid.