unvoiced


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Synonyms for unvoiced

Synonyms for unvoiced

produced without vibration of the vocal cords

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With the pardon given to the shoe thrower and ignoring the incidence, the CM might have unvoiced a big controversy, they said.
2500 unvoiced panels made from plywood of 15 mm x 2 710 x 1 472 floor compartment carriages MDVE specific fs 307972 Type B application to dis.
11) that the spirant [eth] will eventually disappear from Arabic, and it is not clear where the unvoiced correlative [theta] belongs in his scheme.
Please note both voiced and unvoiced versions of the edited package are available as well as one interview compilation and one shot compilation.
unvoiced plosives) occurred disproportionately in words, while others (e.
Barker's excellent, unvoiced biographical study captures both the serious, and occasionally capricious, nature of Franklin's mind.
A speech segment is composed of a sequence of voiced, unvoiced and silence (noise) segments [2].
As one reads this difference upward, the three-inch interruption between images becomes a space of radical yet unvoiced transformation: That the photographs are fundamentally different comes as a revelation; the disclosure, however, is so minimal that it is almost missed.
Love Becomes Us" 'They won't last,' they said, / knowing our unvoiced differences, / sure your fickle reputation / and my more rooted past / would clash.
I am the ache of unvoiced dreams, the clamor of suppressed desires.
Implicit standards can be all the more binding because they remain unvoiced.
The songs] tell of death and suffering and unvoiced longing toward a truer world, of misty wanderings and hidden ways.
Reading the Bible for the evolution of God's character permits an objectivity -- in John Cowper Powys's phrase, a profane detachment -- in which the religious reader's persistent unvoiced misgivings may rise to the surface.
Seeking to particularize and situate the qualities of this unvoiced speaking, he identifies it, first, ahistorically, with the ruminative voice in T.
For example, it is always the unvoiced obstruent phoneme that occurs in final word or sentence position in German.