Voice

  • (verb): Utter with vibrating vocal chords.
    Synonyms: sound, vocalize, vocalise
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on voice:

Niigata Prefecture - Notable Individuals - Arts and Culture
1950–1998), animator, from Gosen Keiko Yokozawa (born 1952), voice actress, from Niigata City Bin Shimada (born 1954), voice actor, from Niigata City Kazuyuki Sekiguchi (born 1955 ...
Jonathan Winters - Filmography
... Features Alakazam the Great (1960) (voice in English dubbed version) "A Game of Pool" (1961) episode of The Twilight Zone It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World (1963) The. 2 (2013) Short Subjects Sonic Boom (1974) Edwurd Fudwupper Fibbed Big (2000) (voice) Santa vs ... the Snowman 3D (2002) (voice) ...
Jungle Crow - Voice
... The voice is similar to the House Crow with which it is closest to, but deeper and usually more resonant and described as the usual loud "caaa-caaa-caaa" ...
Farinelli - Career in Europe
... had a penetrating, full, rich, bright and well-modulated soprano voice, with a range at that time from the A below middle C to the D two octaves above middle C ... contained the highest notes customarily employed by that voice during his lifetime "Fremano l'onde" in Pietro Torri's opera Nicomede (1728) and "Troverai se a me ti fidi" in Niccol ... In a duet in Orlandini's Antigona, Farinelli showed off all the beauties of his voice and refinements of his style, executing a number of passages of great virtuosity ...
Eddie Izzard - Filmography - Film
... Tragedy Lussurioso 2003 Alien Invasion Brik 2004 Blueberry Prosit Five Children and It It Voice only Romance Cigarettes Gene Vincent Ocean's Twelve Roman Nagel 2005 The ... Kite 2008 The Chronicles of Narnia Prince Caspian Reepicheep Voice only Igor Dr. 2011 The Other Side Dean Bellamy Cars 2 Miles Axelrod Voice only Lost Christmas Anthony Treasure Island Silver ...

More definitions of "voice":

  • (noun): The sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract.
    Example: "A singer takes good care of his voice"
    Synonyms: vocalization, vocalisation, phonation, vox
  • (noun): (metonymy) a singer.
    Example: "He wanted to hear trained voices sing it"
  • (noun): The melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music.
    Synonyms: part
  • (noun): The distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech.
    Example: "A shrill voice sounded behind us"
  • (noun): A sound suggestive of a vocal utterance.
    Example: "The noisy voice of the waterfall"; "the incessant voices of the artillery"
  • (noun): The ability to speak.
    Example: "He lost his voice"
  • (noun): A means or agency by which something is expressed or communicated.
    Example: "The voice of the law"; "the Times is not the voice of New York"; "conservatism has many voices"
  • (noun): Expressing in coherent verbal form.
    Example: "I gave voice to my feelings"
    Synonyms: articulation
  • (verb): Give voice to.
    Example: "He voiced his concern"
  • (noun): Something suggestive of speech in being a medium of expression.
    Example: "The wee small voice of conscience"; "the voice of experience"; "he said his voices told him to do it"
  • (noun): (linguistics) the grammatical relation (active or passive) of the grammatical subject of a verb to the action that the verb denotes.

Famous quotes containing the word voice:

    Let us rise in the moral power of womanhood; and give utterance to the voice of outraged mercy, and insulted justice, and eternal truth, and mighty love and holy freedom.
    Maria Weston Chapman (1806–1885)

    And, shrilling from the solar course,
    Or from fruit of chemic force,
    Procession of a soul in matter,
    Or the speeding change of water,
    Or out of the good of evil born,
    Came Uriel’s voice of cherub scorn,
    And a blush tinged the upper sky,
    And the gods shook, they knew not why.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    My own voice spoke to people,
    anyone, friends, strangers on the street, saying,
    “I am Mr. Rabbit.” The flesh itself had become mad
    and at three mirrors this was confirmed.
    Anne Sexton (1928–1974)