Vocalization in a sentence as a noun

> it also comes with a vocalization model that makes it easy to say out loud.

Does it downgrade my crying into a distress vocalization?

The length of the vocalization matters a lot to how you think about a symbol, even if you don't often say it.

These were not the point of the article, which was about one particular vocalization, which I could not detect.

As dbarlett pointed out, the sub-vocalization is a big part of it, but once that's gone, there's still a long way to go to read quickly and effectively.

I am a native Chinese speaker and have taken Japanese classes, and their vocalization in the language are very different.

Besides sub-vocalization I tend to read loudly making full use of my oral musculature.

In your source, scientists prefer to conservatively talk about "distress vocalizations" instead of crying.

Dogs already communicate with humans - it's just that most humans are too 'dumb' to understand the signals being conveyed: body language, scent, vocalization, behavior...

Unless they are clones then every creature is slightly different and you would expect their vocalization to be unique as well, for example how often do you meet people who have the exact same voice?

Also, none that I'm aware of would work on long speeches or something, voice stress analyzers work by trying to detect changes in vocalization when someone is asked a question they'd rather not answer or somesuch.

I also read way too many military documents to have an issue with acronyms, as their usage as an easily pronounceable vocalization for often complex wordings really helps language flow.

A method of monosyllabic communication over a communications network, comprising:- a bespoke user interface selected from a colorway including purple, violet, orchid and lavender,- sending at least one monosyllabic communication,- wherein, in response to receiving a first message from at least one messaging subsystem, producing an audible vocalization of consisting of at least a "Yo",- receiving agile tweetstorm heuristics, including but not limited to fullstack machine learning for map reduce.

Vocalization definitions


the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract; "a singer takes good care of his voice"; "the giraffe cannot make any vocalizations"

See also: voice vocalisation vocalism phonation


the use of uttered sounds for auditory communication

See also: utterance