voiced[ voist ]SEE DEFINITION OF voiced
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOICED
And in that he voiced the philosophy of this human relation.
His old lips quivered a little before he voiced his thought.
Nor had she fully relieved her mind, nor voiced all that perturbed her.
The conclusion of their examination was voiced in my presence.
It was the old romance of human will under a new form and voiced in new accents.
Instead, he voiced the question that came uppermost to his mind.
Besides, he had only voiced that which appealed to them all.
The immovable object, being feminine, voiced the unexpected.
He voiced the opinion that either Flynn or Jacobi had brought in the liquor.
Then McCandless voiced what the Captain had already taken to be a foregone conclusion.
"to express" (a feeling, opinion, etc.), c.1600, from voice (n.). Related: Voiced; voicing.