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adjective as in vocal

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The members’ distinct vocal colors also make this song uniquely theirs, from the introductory verses by deep-voiced member J to the chorus opened by Sieun’s more high-pitched, feathery tone.

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None of her last five movies (with the exception of an Ice Age sequel she voiced) has grossed more than $50 million.

Koenig has not been a sterile, objective narrator; she has openly voiced her biases, concerns, and gut feelings all along.

Like the Scarlett Johansson-voiced operating system in Her, she just became too expansive for you.

While critics felt the season was inspired, some fans voiced their disapproval.

And then it built as Americans who had served in the military voiced their objections.

He took what appeared to him to be quite sufficient for a book to a friend who had voiced an interest in his undertaking.

Her voice was stern; it bore to the girl's ears a subtle, unworded repetition of the threat the Marquise had already voiced.

She had all her life long been accustomed to harbor thoughts and emotions which never voiced themselves.

In the middle of the last century all organs were voiced on light wind pressure, mostly from an inch and a half to three inches.

This was a large metal Diapason of ordinary construction, voiced on heavy wind pressure.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to voiced, such as: articulate, spoken, and oral.

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