voiced

adjective
\ ˈvȯist How to pronounce voiced (audio) \

Definition of voiced

1 : having or furnished with a voice especially of a specified kind often used in combination soft-voiced
2 : uttered with vocal cord vibration a voiced consonant

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Examples of voiced in a Sentence

“M” is a voiced consonant. a loudly voiced expression of pain
Recent Examples on the Web Many Republicans, including 24 senators, voiced support for Mrs. Pelosi, saying China must not dictate U.S. engagement with Taiwan. Charles Hutzler, WSJ, 5 Aug. 2022 Over two days of public testimony, no one voiced support for the bill. New York Times, 27 July 2022 Most of the more than two dozen residents who spoke voiced support for the gate tax, saying the extra revenue is needed for city services. Hugo Martínstaff Writer, Los Angeles Times, 19 July 2022 Baldwin is one of a handful of celebrities that's voiced support for Allen in recent years. Nick Romano, EW.com, 28 June 2022 In Europe, some members of the far right voiced support for the move. Adam Taylor, BostonGlobe.com, 24 June 2022 In Europe, some members of the far right voiced support for the move. Erin Cunningham, Washington Post, 24 June 2022 Shortly after, Supreme Court Associate Justice Clarence Thomas, who has Southern roots, voiced support for ending federal prohibition. Jessica Billingsley, Rolling Stone, 9 June 2022 Abbott in the past voiced support for limited gun control measures, but ultimately backed down from taking action. Nicholas Reimann, Forbes, 1 June 2022 See More

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First Known Use of voiced

15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of voiced was in the 15th century

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12 Aug 2022

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“Voiced.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/voiced. Accessed 16 Aug. 2022.

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voiced

adjective
\ ˈvȯist \

Kids Definition of voiced

1 : having a voice of a specified kind loud-voiced
2 : spoken with vibration of the vocal cords : not silent the voiced consonants \b\, \d\, and \t͟h\

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