- v. UK Simple past tense and past participle of vocalise.
“In this connection the perorations are especially instructive, even if you consider them simply as arrangements of sonorous and suggestive words: as oratorical impressions carefully prepared, as effects of what may be called vocalised orchestration touched off as skilfully and with as fine a sense of sound and of the sentiment to correspond as so many passages of instrumentation signed 'Berlioz' might be.”
“BUT. .that does bring me to an interesting line of thought, which I have already vocalised to some others. mmm ..”
“Lincoln's explicit emotionalism and liberties with pitching and intonation sometimes seemed to push her intentions and execution to the verge of separation – contemporary acquaintances including Monk and Charles Mingus were also expanding her ideas and technical ambitions – but she sounded nonetheless like an artist inhabiting a musical world increasingly her own, particularly on such tracks as the boldly vocalised Blue Monk, which Monk himself endorsed.”
“I haven't vocalised any of that stuff yet to anyone!”
“This presumes that Ea might be transliterated into Hebrew as AYH, of course, but since Ea was vocalised as "éya" and is given in Akkadian as "Ay (y) a", maybe that's not such a stretch,”
“What's then very interesting is the Greek word μαδάω, the a can only be explained as a vocalised h2 as far as I know. *madh2-ie/o- or is it just *-e/o-?”
“He might not have vocalised his excitement as, 'mine, all mine, yes, yes, YES', but those horrible caresses told me all I needed or wanted to know.”
“Some people gain strength from concealed hate, others from vocalised hate.”
“Organising Committee chairman, Franz Beckenbauerb had vocalised their doubts about SA's readiness to host the prestigious soccer event.”
“A few vocalised numbers could be added to the mellow collection too: Curtis Mayfield's "Move on Up", Donald Byrd's "Dominoes" come to mind.”
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