voiceful

adjective
voice·ful | \ˈvȯis-fəl \

Definition of voiceful 

: having a voice or vocal quality also : having a loud voice or many voices

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voicefulness noun

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Wallace and Shea two of the more voiceful players last season along with Haley Fagan, while Kasey Cooper served mostly as a leader by example. James Crepea, AL.com, "Who will lead Auburn softball in 2018?," 26 July 2017

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First Known Use of voiceful

1598, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of voiceful was in 1598

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