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lip either of the upper or lower edges of flesh that circle the mouth and are used in speech. [1/3 definitions]
lisp a speech problem in which "s" is pronounced like the "th" sound in "thick" and "z" is pronounced like the "th" sound in "this." [1/2 definitions]
meander to wander in speech or movement without a goal or direction. [1/2 definitions]
meat the most important part of a speech or written work. [1/3 definitions]
message a public speech or other official communication. [1/2 definitions]
monologue a long speech or reading given by a single speaker. [2 definitions]
monotone speech with little or no change in tone.
mouthpiece a part of an object that is put into or near the mouth. Mouthpieces may be used to help pass speech and other sounds from one person to another or to make music. [1/2 definitions]
mute not having the power of speech. [1/6 definitions]
mutter quiet complaining speech that is hard to understand or not clear. [1/2 definitions]
nay no. The word "nay" used to be part of common speech but now is only used to say "no" in voting. [1/2 definitions]
no1 a use, in speech or writing, of the word "no." [1/4 definitions]
outline a short, written plan of the main ideas of a book, speech, or report. [1/4 definitions]
outrageous shocking in behavior, appearance, or speech. [1/2 definitions]
part of speech one of the major categories into which words are often grouped, according to their function. Adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions, interjections, nouns, prepositions, pronouns, and verbs are parts of speech in English.
phonetic relating to the method of representing speech sounds by symbols. [2 definitions]
preface a short introduction to a speech. [2/3 definitions]
prose writing or speech in its usual form of a series of sentences. Most language that is not poetry can be described as prose. Novels, short stories, essays, and letters are examples of writing done in prose.
record player a machine that plays records, vinyl discs recorded with music or speech.
say to express in speech or written words. [1/6 definitions]
sentence a complete unit of words in either writing or speech with a clear beginning and a full stop. A sentence usually has a subject and a verb. Sentences can state things, ask questions, give commands, or be exclamations. [1/3 definitions]