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Synonyms for voice

Synonyms for voice

a person who sings

the act or an instance of expressing in words

the right or chance to express an opinion or participate in a decision

Synonyms for voice

the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech

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the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract

a sound suggestive of a vocal utterance

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expressing in coherent verbal form

a means or agency by which something is expressed or communicated

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something suggestive of speech in being a medium of expression

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(metonymy) a singer

the ability to speak

(linguistics) the grammatical relation (active or passive) of the grammatical subject of a verb to the action that the verb denotes

the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music

utter with vibrating vocal chords

References in classic literature ?
Oh, you clever people," said a third manly voice interrupting them both.
That's all right," returned the man's voice, more pleasantly than before.
Where did that voice come from, when there is no one around?
and now the voice was IN THE ROOM, in front of Christine.
Each trial of voice, each fresh discovery of discord, almost imperceptibly induces the less perfect to modify his or her vocal utterance so as to approximate to the more perfect.
In such a manner, as the prayer proceeded, did those voices strengthen upon the ear; till at length the petition ended, and the conversation of an aged man, and of a woman broken and decayed like himself, became distinctly audible to the lady as she knelt.
His discourse was addressed to myself; but his voice, although by no means loud, had that intonation which is commonly employed in speaking to some one at a great distance.
Then a very gentle voice in the distance said, 'She must be labelled "Lass, with care," you know--'
We heard voices in the room in which she lay, and presently the nurse returned to say that the patient refused to see anyone.
At the sound of her voice the outcast renewed the struggle to free himself, with a sudden frenzy of strength which Crayford was not able to resist.
His voice was deep, like an organ; it was some time, however, before Jurgis thought of the voice--he was too much occupied with his eyes to think of what the man was saying.
Her voice trembled again as she spoke the last two words, and it was possibly this that caused Mr Pickering to visualize Percy as a sort of little Lord Fauntleroy, his favourite character in English literature.
A fish-hawk, which, secure on the topmost branches of a dead pine, had been a distant spectator of the fray, now swooped form his high and ragged perch, and soared, in wide sweeps, above his prey; while a jay, whose noisy voice had been stilled by the hoarser cries of the savages, ventured again to open his discordant throat, as though once more in undisturbed possession of his wild domains.
He looked at Alice, and tried to speak, but for a minute or two sobs choked his voice.
But the watchfulness, instead of alarming the newly-landed man, appeared, on the contrary, to give him great joy, for his voice might perhaps have proved insufficient to rouse the people of the house, whilst, with an auxiliary of that sort, his voice became almost useless.