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voicing

noun as in producing voiced sound

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It’s only a sampling, because there are so many voices who have spoken out about injustice through their music, through their actions, through being on the front lines.

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Some scooter companies, including Lime, have voiced support for the measure.

“She was just so strong,” Maggie Engel said, her voice trailing off.

I haven’t heard that story in my mother’s voice for more than 20 years.

Barry McGovern gives brilliant renditions of the Irishman Stoker and of Henry Irving, whose voice here is a thespian thunder.

Voicing Odie the dog was Gregg Berger, the original voice of Grimlock on the Transformers cartoons.

In the documentary, your wife says you were abducted in Kiev and beaten after voicing your desire to play in the NHL.

How did Amy Sedaris end up voicing a cat on a Netflix animated series about an aging sitcom horse?

Kevin Hart, Ed Helms, and Thomas Middleditch from Silicon Valley are voicing the roles.

I feel like voicing a Disney character, for people our age, must be some sort of dream that you could never imagine fulfilling.

Willis founded a new school of reed voicing and exerted an influence that will never die.

He also inaugurated "an entirely new departure in the science of reed voicing."

The manipulation of the mouth and lip to produce the tone desired is called voicing and calls for considerable artistic skill.

In the last half-century the art of reed voicing has been entirely revolutionized.

The French school of reed voicing, led by Cavaill-Coll, has produced several varieties that have become celebrated.

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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to voicing, such as: articulation, enunciation, expression, pronunciation, utterance, and vocalism.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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