Voiced in a sentence as an adjective

It's not a straw man. This is a common question that people have, but you may not have heard it voiced publicly, because people are worried about saying it out loud.

For what is worth, the voiced bilabial fricative is a sound similar to English "b" and "v".

It's all about the creaky-voiced long alveolar glide with mid front unrounded vowel and glottal stop.

I think he was joking and making an allusion to a commonly voiced opinion in favor of Samsung from the Apple trial.

Perhaps the coder could make a game, which invites you to play at flying each drone attack as each one gets reported in, with lots of american flags and funny voiced terrorists to ****.

I absolutely believe that, even if not more prevalent, sexist attitudes are voiced more loudly and more self-righteously in the internet skeptic community than outside it.

If not them, who else is to do such analysis -- some meta-legal department?Been there just recently; an employment contract template prepared for my company by a lawyer was so one-sided and full of risks for potential employees, I stood up to the CEO and voiced against its proposed form.

"For over a decade prophets have voiced the contention that the organization of a single computer has reached its limits and that truly significant advances can be made only by interconnection of a multiplicity of computers in such a manner as to permit cooperative solution.

Voiced definitions


produced with vibration of the vocal cords; "a frequently voiced opinion"; "voiced consonants such as `b' and `g' and `z'";

See also: sonant soft