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    1. He had to voice that complaint, she only made a face at him

    2. He almost fell in the water when he heard the accented voice behind him and heard footsteps on the dock

    3. The only part of Jorma that continued that thread of the conversation was his eyebrow, his voice asked, "Do you miss your beach?"

    4. conscious becomes sensitive to the voice of the Holy

    5. “Don’t shoot!” It’s a weak voice with a southern accent

    6. Vera’s wind chime voice slurs from the bar doorway

    7. ” Sam’s voice sounded deeper than it had when he had been uncharacteristically besotted

    8. Isa: 6:4: And the posts of the door moved at the voice of him that cried, and the house was filled with smoke

    9. Psalms: 5:3: My voice shall thou hear in the morning, O

    10. It sounded like his voice, she started to hurry across the marble of the entry hall floor

    11. ” she said, in a prettier voice than he would have thought

    12. It was the kind of voice that belonged to a ‘50s actress, not an Amazon warrior

    13. 1Sam: 30:4: Then David and the people that were with him lifted up their voice and wept, until they had no more

    14. By the time she got to the door she was sure it was Herndon by his voice and found herself running into his arms

    15. “Do you know what the Super Chip does?” Nancy said in her most perfectly annoying lecturing voice

    16. Clunker, are you coming or not?” the principal asked again with an irritated voice as she stuck her head back out

    17. “Just show us to the debrief area,” Johnny said with a tired voice

    18. A computerized voice responded

    19. “What do you think you’re doing?” a female voice came from the computer as Ackers was typing

    20. Needing to hear a familiar voice, Brandon called his parents

    21. “This,” Ackers finally found his voice, “is Silence

    22. “Of course it shouldn’t be a problem,” Ackers voice came loud and clear over the ear pieces both Johnny and Nancy were wearing

    23. "Sir?" said a shaky voice

    24. ’ He said in a matter of fact voice, as though he were telling me there were no more biscuits

    25. ” Her mother’s voice barely registered above the noise

    26. “It’s terrible when they ignore you, isn’t it?” Ackers’ voice came through the earpiece Vinnie was wearing

    27. “I’m not worried, not in the slightest,” Ackers shot back with a slight tremble in his voice

    28. ‘How far did you go?’ he asked, the pain giving his voice an edge you could cut steel with

    29. May I suggest that we break now and resume this interrogation later?’ Mr Merrett said, his voice breaking into the stillness of the room making me jump slightly

    30. A Japanese carp," she says in a prettier voice than I’d have thought

    31. “Have you finished the mission yet?” Ackers voice came through in thunderous vibrations through Vinnie’s ear piece

    32. “I never knew my parents because they both passed away when I was young,” Nancy said in a quiet voice

    33. We can do a great service to society if our combined voice is raised resulting in some action to curtail such programmes

    34. “This is important,” Ackers yelled at the top of his voice

    35. You have a duty to Department X above all other duties!” Ackers said in a much quieter voice

    36. Her silken voice, honey-sweet, helped smooth over the spikes of rage

    37. Punka tried singing, but his voice sounded jagged and weak, like a monkey trampled by buffalo

    38. He had always thought he had a good singing voice, but he had only ever sung while he was drinking and making merry

    39. Now that he was sober and miserable, his voice sounded sober and miserable

    40. His sobbing was cut off by Chemall's powerful voice

    41. That was followed by Herndon's voice

    42. ’ I said, my voice sounding a hell of a lot more confident that I am feeling

    43. ’ He promised in that tone of voice which tells me that he will do no such thing

    44. The earpieces of the glasses had tiny in-ears hanging from them, she got them positioned so she could hear and requested a voice channel to her clone sister in heaven

    45. "What if they ran it unshielded?" she asked with worry nowhere near as evident in her voice as it was in her mind

    46. A voice spoke to her from the other end of the line, it said only one word, “Yes?”

    47. The voice was modulated and scrambled, making it pointless to try and figure out who the person on the other end of the line was

    48. "It's your sister with a voice channel request," Herndon said and tried to acknowledge it

    49. The voice connection terminated

    50. ’ He said, the laughter clear in his voice

    1. and idle dreams of villas and thick voiced women

    2. Once again Belle voiced her appreciation, but this time, like George, she was uneasy about the subjects and timing of their counsellors' anecdotes

    3. Allcock was pleased that his young charge got to see his own domain, and voiced as much in hearty approbation

    4. Spelman, it seemed, was habitually anxious at her husband's forays to foreign soils, for she voiced constant reminders towards him during the days leading up to his departure

    5. The only comment that Titania voiced, which may have sounded the least bit unfavorable, was that she 'had never worn such nice clothes, so often before

    6. “And what else do you have now?” Isin and Senta voiced at once

    7. Michael’s church” Tom voiced his reply as

    8. Mediums, psychics, spiritual teachers of the past and present have voiced about this congruent truth, that life is like the waves of the ocean

    9. She was understandably on edge and voiced her fears and suspicions

    10. As soon as she voiced the words, she regretted it

    11. They voiced their displeasure, but mostly it was one-line sarcasm lined with a fatalistic humour

    12. ‘Something’s wrong here,’ his mind voiced with concern

    13. He voiced his satisfaction with the repairs and paid the mechanic a price that appeared to have been previously agreed

    14. “Logic is thrown out the window,” he voiced his final thoughts in hushed tones, almost a whisper

    15. voiced in the simplest form

    16. He still seemed troubled though and voiced his concern, of a different nature this time:

    17. Colling found that, even though none of his German acquaintances wanted to discuss the proceedings, and few of his fellow soldiers found the subject more interesting than the most recent major league baseball team standings, almost all the DP’s at Camp 146 followed each day’s developments closely, and consistently voiced their opinions about the defendants’ guilt and the most suitable forms of execution that should be utilized

    18. He could hear the echo of his one voiced thought though: ‘Please’

    19. Colling had thought about going north to the sea, as had been done before, but had some hesitancy because of the probable condition of the roads, and he voiced that concern

    20. Colling downed his drink, voiced a general goodbye to the tavern patrons, and walked back to the little hotel

    21. As they crept along, Janek voiced his fear that they might entangle themselves with the considerable amount of wreckage that littered the estuary

    22. Many of this large group of members voiced

    23. since the Pastor had clearly voiced his negative opinion on our

    24. If we are open to God and have voiced

    25. “They have a better place than we do,” Darrin voiced Carter’s thoughts, wrinkling his nose in distaste

    26. “She’s not feeling well?” Celina voiced

    27. Meredith was on his way to see Rosemary West, and he meant to tell her something which had been slowly blossoming in his heart since their first meeting and had sprung into full flower on the evening when Faith had so warmly voiced her admiration for Rosemary

    28. voiced his opposition to the construction of a new tsunami wall that had suddenly come

    29. “During construction, several of the engineers voiced concern about the location of

    30. “Mature? Akito, What's that supposed to-” her voiced died in her throat when she caught sight of Kurumi, Nina, and the weapons they were holding

    31. Tickle voiced the pre-G cadence and I initiated the Hick

    32. “Why wont you listen to me?” he asked, his voiced laced with rooted frustration

    33. With voiced harmony, your meek waters to the land you fondly bind

    34. box to stop beeping, and then was immediately sorry she’d voiced

    35. nies he owned, and all of his business practices did not reflect the humble, sincere and positive qualities he voiced in this beautifully crafted letter

    36. Mahli was in quiet voiced midsentence

    37. faintly hoping he would run into those Laotian voiced

    38. anxious opinions were loudly and irritably voiced as to the meaning and source of this

    39. Mahli was in quiet voiced

    40. All the time, the denial he had voiced clung to him, nearly choking him until finally he had strength enough to release it

    41. b) Consumerism - Many experts have voiced that we, as a nation, must

    42. Budget Office has recently voiced the opinion that the cost control measures

    43. When I’d been with her Daveda had come forward and voiced

    44. She voiced my silent concern

    45. Lovern had not voiced any concern about my not being with child

    46. Third watch Tarrant County Jail: The non compos mentis although excessively loquacious, sauerbraten and sauerkraut breathed and feminine voiced corpulent Corporal Smith

    47. But another inner voiced pushed him forward

    48. Former Australian cricket team coach John Buchanan voiced his opinion that Tendulkar had become susceptible to the short ball early in his innings because of a lack of footwork

    49. They all voiced their concerns to David, and he assured his family that there would be nothing to worry about, that these were good people

    50. She voiced her feelings on Bella, and that something was wrong; how could she guess the answer to the secret gates so quickly? And why was she here anyway? One of the questions was: was Sam too close to Bella to see that maybe she could be a spy? He defended her to Jane, but Jane was not buying her phony act and told Samantha to keep an eye on her

    1. She heard voices, feet on planks

    2. People were scrambling all over the room to work at different work stations and conversing with each other in low voices

    3. fall among the voices and the wine

    4. She could hear the sound of their voices but could not make out the words

    5. is filled with voices, He had to accept the fact that He, She or It was conceptually

    6. I listened for cars and voices beyond the diesel growl

    7. I heard footsteps and voices

    8. I can hear the voices of the residents

    9. Could my distorted mind be playing tricks on me? Was the ultimate nature of my lunacy to take shape in a world of imagined friends, of odd and sundry voices rattling off the walls of my empty head?

    10. That first night we smoked ourselves silly, knocking back our bottled water as if it were neat vodka, becoming giddy with the sound of each other’s voices

    11. "Ghosts, ghouls, voices from the dead, those aren't fun things for me

    12. In order that Smith might truly enjoy the silence, in the same way that a man might enjoy the silence of a house in the early morning before the space in the world is filled with voices, He had to accept the fact that He, She or It was conceptually awake

    13. where children’s voices drift on the wind

    14. Plaster cracks with the fading echo of low voices

    15. there is the static hum of radio waves and hoodless voices on talk shows

    16. Pay attention to the voices of those around you; the next time you are purchasing something worthwhile listen to the sales person

    17. I can just about hear the sound of their voices above the gentle sloshing of the sea against the boards forming the walls of my cabin, and to those soothing, reassuring sounds, I drift off to sleep quickly, rocked by the motion of The Aquarian

    18. In this babble of voices, in this wonder of starlight,

    19. Shouted out by a million assembled voices, on cue,

    20. and raising their voices to the moon

    21. I imagined the life there, far from towns, with the faintest strain of music floating in the air and the echo of modest family voices

    22. There was a camp fire going around the bend in the brook and they could hear voices

    23. From somewhere behind the windmills came the usual jangling of goat-bells and shrill voices of the women, homeward bound

    24. The tune grows and with it the light increases as the voices of the Gottesmen join it … singing the same words over and over … gradually, most of those in the Gotteshouse join in

    25. Another group of pilgrims passes us, their voices commenting on the messenger bird as their eyes show their awe – it is a fine specimen, there’s no doubt about that

    26. In the lane outside I could hear the excited voices of Alexis and Alessandra approaching until they came to a hush at the door

    27. As they uttered the very first word of the ceremony the most horrendous wailing drowned out their massed voices and the air was filled with the thud and boom of bass notes and percussion

    28. As he sat on his own on a stool at one end of the bar nursing a pint of bitter, ignoring the world from behind a face fit to curdle concrete, he suddenly started to hear the sounds of people’s voices around him

    29. For the last few weeks he had shut out the sounds of life, preferring the solitude of personal contemplation to the banality of human contact, but here in the soft tawny light of the lounge bar at the Red Lion those trivial voices broke through on the back of an ethereal sub tone that slowly built up throughout the evening until, towards closing time, Ken realised that he was listening to the same song being played over and over again on the jukebox

    30. I stand there frozen … what’s that? … voices coming down the lane … it’s Sally and the kids

    31. The prince was dumbfounded when he first heard the voices of

    32. And so, with the voices of the Gods in his left ear, it took but a

    33. He could hear voices in the front room

    34. shouting and screaming at the tops of their voices

    35. listen so intently to the voices of the common people could so

    36. completely ignore those voices when raised outside of the normal

    37. back at the human voices that he can hear, that one tear has worked

    38. A startled Rayne jumped as she realized there were actual voices singing within the sound itself

    39. I stop the echoing voices

    40. all voices of self-doubt

    41. their massed voices and the air was filled with the thud and boom

    42. Ethereal voices shouted

    43. tawny light of the lounge bar at the Red Lion those trivial voices

    44. voices, and Tom could hardly hear himself think

    45. talking at the tops of their voices

    46. He hears voices in the next room

    47. Angry voices hissed and barked behind them as

    48. I can hear voices in the lounge

    49. They were in their bedroom and I remember hearing dad read the newspaper to mom and then their voices got too low for me to hear clearly

    50. That is mostly because of the voices I hear at night telling me about the Life Principle

    1. felt, now that she was voicing her private thoughts, as though the weight of the world

    2. the first place” contemplated Brijbabu at last voicing his

    3. You’ve always aspired to write, but you keep voicing out the same,

    4. “I could have you banished to the dungeon for voicing this request, young man

    5. You may feel inhibited in voicing your opinion and how you really feel

    6. How deep is the sea here?” he asked, his voicing cracking up

    7. Tessa followed, voicing her objection in annoyed bleats

    8. The kid struggled weakly, voicing a faint cry

    9. One of the goats was voicing a terrified cry and with it mingled vicious snarls and anxious barking

    10. “They’re not fools,” said Jhordel, voicing what Imbrahim had had on his mind

    11. Liberals and (some) Moderate Republicans voicing their opposition over the outsourcing of jobs overseas and its dampening effect on the United States economy should give equal expression (as well) to Illegal Immigration that has similarly produced dire

    12. ” William had stopped walking and was voicing parts of the lyrics out loud

    13. My failure to write sooner shows how getting caught up in everyday life overshadows the responsibility we all have in voicing our objections against mixed-messages that fail to instill proper meaning to words like Character

    14. “What are you doing? Is this safe? Wait!”, Hilderich seemed to protest in principle only, his mouth voicing concern but his feet offering little resistance

    15. Some of the men in the tables nearer to the door turned around and looked at her with stout disapproval, some even voicing their objections and threatening to call the procrastinators to make an example out of her

    16. Karol and his two colleagues responded by voicing their strong objections to Colling’s plan

    17. YOU ASS HOLE” – it’s funny, I had said “ice hole” because I saw the principal staring me down during my rap, but there was no stopping the whole school from voicing their opinions

    18. i was voicing a heart-felt question asking

    19. “I’m worried you won’t,” she said, voicing a concern that appeared when Carter spoke those words

    20. control how I go about voicing my opinions and expectations of the

    21. “Yes”—he found himself voicing the thought—“it

    22. Behind me, as the doors closed, I could see the ghosts still voicing their pleas

    23. No one I knew was voicing concern for persecuted queers

    24. Voicing the question that they all were thinking

    25. 7 They were still engaged in voicing angry recriminations when the Master appeared in the doorway, where he hesitated a moment as a look of disappointment slowly crept over his face

    26. Suddenly the cabin door flew open and a small, scrawny figure sprinted to the water‘s edge and jumped into the grounded pirogue, gesturing and voicing unintelligible sounds

    27. �No, what's he good for?� asks Curly Pete voicing his disapproval of Alex as he follows Steve up the stairs

    28. Greater emphasis can be placed on speaking or mentally voicing an intention to heal or direct energy to a specific area or for a specific outcome, you can call your guides specifically if you desire

    29. In voicing his opposition to computer security, Stallman drew

    30. tent voicing his outrage toward an entire system that trusted

    31. There were protests held across the planets, with people voicing their complaint and support for their enemies and military

    32. You’re obviously doing something they’re not happy with, and the Chinese branch of The Order are voicing their opinion

    33. Other members of the High Council have resigned in protest as well, including Chief Justice Sten Vargas, while a growing number of citizens have been publicly voicing their support for the Time Patrol

    34. issues, in Cuba voicing her opposition to the U

    35. I had talks with these city administrators and a more arrogant and useless lot would be hard to find anywhere, everyone had an opinion and wasted no time in voicing it, I was speaking to one of them, and his colleague interrupted me, informing me that as I was a tribesman the running of a large city would obviously be beyond me, but not to worry because he would teach me how the city was run and began to lecture me on the finer points of their administration

    36. I’m only voicing my objections on the grounds

    37. She instantly regretted voicing her thoughts as the other witches in the room looked at her with revulsion

    38. National and provincial newspapers joined with the times in voicing indignation that this humiliating disaster had been allowed to happen

    39. “And who is going to throw them out afterwards?” Replied in a low voice Liem, voicing without thinking his gut reaction to seeing more foreign soldiers on his land

    40. "But that would upset the balance of Nature," replied Ben voicing the concern of true scientists everywhere

    41. different than what he’s voicing

    42. The fact that the daimyo himself had made her an ashigaru however prevented Kanbe from openly voicing his opinion about her

    43. “Breathe,” he says, voicing this in my ear

    44. “Sir, what are you doing?” protested the Medic, his objection voicing itself in the even tones of the translation equipment

    45. Angels respond to the voice of God’s Word ie the voicing aloud in the earth of the Word of God, by God’s representative, Man

    46. While the idea was still fresh, in her mind, she sent him an email voicing her concerns and asking for an analysis on the security and integrity of the MCU database

    47. Another relative though, impressed by his status and all made up her mind to marry her daughter to him and that put paid to our voicing the objections we all have had about him

    48. Once the champions of secularism start voicing the legitimate concerns raised by the Hindu communalists and stop echoing Muslim communal propaganda, the balloon of the Hindu communal discourse would, sooner or later, burst! Also, since the state is secular and still developing, there’s no justification for sanctioning state funds for Hindu religious purposes either (for example, please see this - http://articles

    49. “Why would anyone want to love the child molester?” The next child, the first child's allie, morphed into The Eternal League of Outraged Parents voicing what they declared as the most unforgivable sin

    50. Early on the following morning she set off again for the bakery, to get her family’s share of bread, hoping that the baker might refrain from voicing his immoral intentions

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    Synonyms for "voice"

    voice part articulation phonation vocalisation vocalism vocalization vox interpreter representative spokesperson sound vocalise vocalize inflection vociferation utterance tongue decision preference option choice say vote pronunciation diction accent

    "voice" definitions

    the distinctive quality or pitch or condition of a person's speech

    the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract

    a sound suggestive of a vocal utterance

    expressing in coherent verbal form

    a means or agency by which something is expressed or communicated

    something suggestive of speech in being a medium of expression

    (metonymy) a singer

    an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose

    the ability to speak

    (linguistics) the grammatical relation (active or passive) of the grammatical subject of a verb to the action that the verb denotes

    the melody carried by a particular voice or instrument in polyphonic music

    give voice to

    utter with vibrating vocal chords