- Latin enuntiator, enunciator. (Wiktionary)
“SCHNEIDER: The folks in the building were initially notified through an enunciator, which is an indoor paging system used throughout the Capitol campus.”
“The Miami rapper is an enunciator of the highest order, his voice a tidal wave baritone.”
“That is why this lame-brained enunciator is always spitting, grinning and dancing like a fool.”
“As Clennam had a purpose in remaining, he said what he could responsive to these sentiments, and stood at the window with their enunciator, while”
“One of the most distinctive interpreters pop music has ever known, Pitney was a superior stylist, a tuneful enunciator who seemed to look past the lyric to each song's underlying meaning -- the soul of each word, and the spirit that strung them together.”
“An enunciator went off as well telling all senators, staffers as well as U.S.”
“TOMAZWSKI: Well, what we have in every office building is an enunciator that goes off.”
“TOMSZEWSKI: Oh, jeez, maybe quarter to 11: 00 this morning, and we received it over the enunciator.”
“The enunciator system is sort of their mini-broadcast thing that sends alerts through the building.”
“This person told Steve that, initially, the enunciator system in the Capitol, in the Russell Office Building, broadcast that alarms in the attic had gone off.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘enunciator’.
Panvocalics are words that contain all the vowels. Listed here are "euvocalics": words that have each of the five vowels only once. (These are also a kind of supervocalic.) Words that also have a "...
Looking for tweets for enunciator.