Pronunciation of Voice
/vˈɔ͡ɪs/, /vˈɔɪs/, /v_ˈɔɪ_s/
Synonyms for voice:
entitlement, songstress, concession, priority, blaze, emote, cloud over, evince, musicality, shine, mass media, saturation coverage, language, verbalization, radiate, light up, the limelight, glint, Dibs, offer, orator, claim, title, tell, externalize, prerogative, manifest, the media, open up, entree, enjoyment, perfect pitch, emanate, cloud, access, verbalize, give away, glow, permission, carry on, pour out, tenure.
entry, conveyor, signal, fanfare, sport, gush, unload, explode, public interest, let out, songster, act out, express, overexposure, say-so, suffrage, glitter, divine right, lecturer, vocalist, slaver, bare, surrender.
Other synonyms and related words:
evince, singer, interpreter, convey, emote, junction, statement, bare, claim, unload, congressman, verbalization, coverage, voicing, vote, release, chirk, concession, constituent, phonate, break, office, rhythm, communicate, instance, enjoyment, songstress, vox, juncture, fathom, say-so, songster, vocalizer, component, give, signal, explode, parting, ventilate, piece, persona, representative, role, spokesperson, go, Dibs, musical, manifest, sound, musicality, illustration, part, vent, component part, entitlement, division, hold, congresswoman, region, articulation, vocalisation, suffrage, caroler, vocalise, lecturer, vowelise, formulation, blaze, section, declare, extend, verbalize, betray, contribution, vocalist, language, plenary, glow, translator, speaker, expression, join, interpretive program, offer, conveyor, externalize, access, theatrical role, express, forum, vowelize, example, let out, wording, portion, tell, character, share, function, phonation, percentage, permission, medium, overexposure.
Sense 3 (noun)
singer, songstress, vocalist, songster.
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
Sense 6 (noun)
Sense 9 (noun)
let out, tap out.
Sense 10 (noun)
Sense 11 (noun)
teller, orator, conveyor, speaker, plenary, lecturer.
Sense 12 (noun)
expression, language (noun)
debate, patter, report, dialect, locution, speaking, spoken word, chattering, recitation, speech, vocalization, chat, babbling, dialog, prattle, allocution, remark, chitchat, elocution, discussion, talking, oration, oral communication, circumlocution, jabbering.
interpreter, representative, enunciation, vocalise, spokesperson, vox, sound, utterance, part, intonation, emission, pronunciation, vocalize, vocalisation, phonation, exclamation, vocalization, articulation.
express opinion; put into words (verb)
Usage examples for voice:
- It was Kline's voice. - "The Adventures of Jimmie Dale", Frank L. Packard.
- If you will let me stay with you"- her voice shook a little-" I should be glad. - "Afterwards", Kathlyn Rhodes.
- A great many people are sure that they have, at some time or other, heard a voice when no one was near enough to them to have said anything. - "Psychotherapy", James J. Walsh.