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
Examples of voiced in a Sentence
“M” is a voiced consonant.
a loudly voiced expression of pain
Recent Examples of voiced from the Web
The fresh-voiced singers, who were harnessed onto small platforms for much of the evening, were required to perfectly coordinate their stylized movements to the animations around them.
There are also options for fans of everything from Brazilian-tinged pop (Sergio Mendes) and New Orleans rock, funk and R&B (Dr. John) to Americana (Amos Lee) and big-voiced country (Wynonna Judd).
Driven by tight horn and rhythm sections and strong-voiced singers, the Memphis Sound had a raw, emotional quality to it.
While the majority of major medical groups and lobbies oppose the bill, a few have either remained neutral or voiced support for the legislation.
Parker is broad-shouldered and bearded and deep-voiced.
There’s nice support work from vocalists Terrance Spencer and Gabrielle Jackson as the Nubian slaves Mereb and Nehebka, as well as big-voiced Bill Ledesma as Radames’ father, Zoser.
Congressional Republicans have increasingly voiced concern about the slow pace of legislative accomplishments on health care, tax reform, and other issues.
This year's Bonnaroo music headliners include superstar Irish rockers U2, art-funk band Red Hot Chili Peppers, helium-voiced pop singer Weeknd and hip-hop fixture Chance the Rapper.
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First Known Use of voiced
VOICED Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of voiced for English Language Learners
: having a voice of a particular kind
of a sound : made by moving your vocal cords
VOICED Defined for Kids
Definition of voiced for Students
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 \th\
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