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voice

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of voice

  1. 1 the right to express a wish, choice, or opinion everyone will have a voice in the decision of where to go for our vacationp Synonyms of voice say, say-so, vote Words Related to voice part, role (also rôle), share; ballot, enfranchisement, franchise, suffrage; belief, conviction, judgment (or judgement), opinion, sentiment, view

  2. 2 an act, process, or means of putting something into words a publisher who used his newspaper as a voice for his extreme conservatism Synonyms of voice articulation, formulation, phrasing, statement, utterance, verbalism, expression, wordingWords Related to voice outlet, vent; observation, reflection, remark, thought; speech, tongue

  3. 3 one who sings one of the great voices of her generation Synonyms of voice caroler (or caroller), songster, vocalist, vocalizer, singerWords Related to voice belter; crooner, harmonizer, hummer, warbler, yodeler; serenader; cantor, chanter, chorister; chansonnier; chanteuse, songstress; bard, troubador


voice

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of voice

  1. to make known (as an idea, emotion, or opinion) voiced a suggestion about where to go Synonyms of voice air, expound, give, look, raise, sound, state, vent, ventilate, expressWords Related to voice advertise, announce, declare, enounce, enunciate, proclaim, say; broadcast, circulate, disseminate, publish; describe, write, write up; sound off, speak out, speak up; chime in; communicate, convey, put across, put over; offer, submitNear Antonyms of voice censor, restrain, restrictAntonyms of voice stifle, suppress

Synonym Discussion of voice

express, vent, utter, voice, broach, air mean to make known what one thinks or feels. express suggests an impulse to reveal in words, gestures, actions, or what one creates or produces.
    • expressed her feelings in music
vent stresses a strong inner compulsion to express especially in words.
    • a tirade venting his frustration
utter implies the use of the voice not necessarily in articulate speech.
    • utter a groan
voice does not necessarily imply vocal utterance but does imply expression or formulation in words.
    • an editorial voicing their concerns
broach adds the implication of disclosing for the first time something long thought over or reserved for a suitable occasion.
    • broached the subject of a divorce
air implies an exposing or parading of one's views often in order to gain relief or sympathy or attention.
    • publicly airing their differences


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