VOICE 1a: sound produced by vertebrates by means of lungs, larynx, or syrinxespeciallysound so produced by human beings b(1): musical sound produced by the vocal folds and resonated by the cavities of head and throat (2): the power or ability to produce musical tones (3): SINGER (4): one of the melodic parts in a vocal or instrumental composition (5): condition of the vocal organs with respect to production of musical tones (6): the use of the voice (as in singing or acting) studying voice c: expiration of air with the vocal cords drawn close so as to vibrate audibly (as in uttering vowels and consonant sounds as \v\ or \z\) d: the faculty of utterance lost my voice 2: a sound resembling or suggesting vocal utterance 3: an instrument or medium of expression the party became the voice of the workers 4a: wish, choice, or opinion openly or formally expressed the voice of the people b: right of expression alsoinfluential power 5: distinction of form or a system of inflections of a verb to indicate the relation of the subject of the verb to the action which the verb expresses active and passive voices with one voice: without dissent.

(2 of 2) transitive verb 1: to express in words UTTER voice a complaint 2: to adjust for producing the proper musical sounds 3: to pronounce (a speech sound, such as a consonant) with voice 4a: to provide a voice-over for (something, such as a motion picture or commercial) to narrate (a recorded production) Actress Idina Menzel evoked her recent success voicing the movie “Frozen” with an icy all-white white concoction with a feathery train by Donna Karan Atelier.— Jocelyn Noveck and Alicia Rancilio b: to perform the lines of (a character in an animated film, video game, etc.)Featuring characters voiced by Will Ferrell and Morgan Freeman, the cartoon promises to be a real, ahem, blockbuster.— Franz Lidz

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