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raised voice

verb as in yell

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Do poets have a responsibility to speak with a raised voice—the sort Paxman is likely thinking of, one for the ages?

His rhetorical appeal to local pride surrounding the first primary failed to produce a raised voice or signature gesture.

Occasionally faint sounds came from the distance—the movements of cleaners at work, a raised voice, the slamming of a door.

His wife came in, hearing my raised voice, and maintained her husband's assertions very stoutly.

From two rooms beyond, the sudden sound of a raised voice attracted him.

"Once more I appeal to you," he heard Driscoll saying, with raised voice, before the door was opened.

He was beginning a violent answer in a raised voice, when Eugenia told him her sister was in the next room.


On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to raise one's voice, such as: assert oneself, shout, speak out/speak up, and speak up.

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