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aloud in a voice that can be heard; not in a whisper.
alto the vocal range between tenor and soprano. Alto is the lowest range for the female voice and highest for the male. [1/4 definitions]
baritone the range of the male voice that is between tenor and bass. [2/3 definitions]
call to say in a loud voice or shout out. [1/10 definitions]
croak to make a low, hoarse sound with the voice. [1/2 definitions]
din to repeat over and over in a loud voice. [1/2 definitions]
drone2 to talk in a boring voice without changing one's tone. [1/3 definitions]
dumb not having the power of speech; without a voice. [1/3 definitions]
emit to give voice to. [1/2 definitions]
enunciate to speak or pronounce in a clear voice.
expression the use of tone of voice or position of the body or face to show feeling. [1/4 definitions]
grumble to complain in a low voice. [1/4 definitions]
hoarse having such a voice. [1/2 definitions]
hound any of several breeds of dogs. Hounds have short hair, a deep voice, and long, drooping ears. They are used for hunting. [1/3 definitions]
inflection a change in the pitch or tone of a voice. [1/3 definitions]
larynx the structure at the top of the windpipe that contains the vocal cords, which produce the human voice; voice box.
megaphone a device shaped like a cone that is held by a person and used to direct the sound of a voice and make it louder.
mumble to say in a low voice that is not clear. [1/3 definitions]
pronounce to make the sound of or express with the voice in a specific way. [1/2 definitions]
register the range of notes that a musical instrument or voice can produce. [1/9 definitions]
say to produce (words or sounds) with one's voice. [1/6 definitions]