Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of voice.
  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of voice.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • And in allusion to the sounding of trumpets, and singing with thundring voices, and pouring out drink-offerings at those sacrifices, _seven trumpets are sounded_, and _seven thunders utter their voices_, and _seven vials of wrath are poured out_.

    Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel, and the Apocalypse of St. John

  • Funny how the left is calling the voices from the crowd "extremists" because they don't follow the same liberal beat.

    Town hall meeting on health care turns ugly

  • Probably something about the wildness of the voices is attractive to them.

    "For Children"

  • So far as the majority of their acts are considered, crowds display a singularly inferior mentality; yet there are other acts in which they appear to be guided by those mysterious forces which the ancients denominated destiny, nature, or providence, which we call the voices of the dead, and whose power it is impossible to overlook, although we ignore their essence.

    The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind

  • Facebook never runs out of groups echoing this kind of voices from the “moral high ground”.

    Global Voices in English » Hong Kong: “Compensated Dating” and the use of Pejoratives

  • His openness to hearing those voices is all the more attractive at a time when Catholic numbers are growing so rapidly in the global South and when churches across the United States are being transformed by the Latino presence.

    Art and Literature

  • The first thing you notice, when you look at the new Ad Week 25 list of Twitter advertising voices, is how few of them are the advertising faces -- the creative directors, the CMOs -- who drive this industry.

    Jeff Sweat: Do Advertisers Get Social Media?

  • The lemkin voices were silent and they all stared at him.

    The Size of Things « A Fly in Amber

  • “Woohoo!” came the faint call of their voices from the top of the hill.

    Rites of Passage « A Fly in Amber

  • That was a very quiet South Elmsall living room, just the voices from the television and the soft-focus black and white images coming from the Smoke, from halfway around the world, and, time-delayed, from 240,000 miles above us.

    From Twitter 07-19-2009

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