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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOICING

Therefore he compromised by voicing the respect and looking the other way.

"Why, Beth," he exclaimed, voicing the name in his thoughts.

Decoud seemed to find a fresh audacity in this voicing of his thoughts.

Freneau succeeded admirably in voicing the opinions of the nascent party.

He could hardly believe that the voicing of his name attracted her attention.

"Silly, I call it," declared Sarah, voicing Jack's sentiments.

Then he turned swiftly, voicing that which was uppermost in his mind.

She was voicing his own thought, a thought which had been with him for many days.

She was but voicing his own thoughts of many and many a time before.

“It—it might not have been any of the gang,” murmured Bud, voicing a hope he did not feel.

WORD ORIGIN

"to express" (a feeling, opinion, etc.), c.1600, from voice (n.). Related: Voiced; voicing.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR VOICING

articulation

nounclear, coherent speech
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