Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • See vocalization, vocalize.

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  • noun Alternative spelling of vocalization.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun the sound made by the vibration of vocal folds modified by the resonance of the vocal tract

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Examples

  • As you’ll know if you’ve checked the arcane literature on squamates, which snakes and lizards are really capable of true vocalisation is controversial, with anecdotal records suggesting that the ability to vocalize might be more widely distributed than generally thought.

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  • Barber of Seville, with that crisply fluent vocalisation which is never heard from any other than an Italian throat, accompanying himself on the concertina, which he played with ecstatic throwings-up of his arms, and graceful twistings and turnings of his head, like a fat St. Cecilia masquerading in male attire.

    The Woman in White

  • He was singing Figaro's famous song in the Barber of Seville. with that crisply fluent vocalisation which is never heard from any other than an Italian throat, accompanying himself on the concertina, which he played with ecstatic throwings-up of his arms, and graceful twistings and turnings of his head, like a fat St Cecilia masquerading in male attire.

    The Woman in White

  • He was singing Figaro's famous song in the Barber of Seville, with that crisply fluent vocalisation which is never heard from any other than an Italian throat, accompanying himself on the concertina, which he played with ecstatic throwings-up of his arms, and graceful twistings and turnings of his head, like a fat St. Cecilia masquerading in male attire.

    The Woman in White

  • Chickens do not demonstrate this kind of vocalisation and so a comparison between the zebra finch and chicken genomes has helped to identify where the genes directly involved in vocal learning are located.

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  • Chickens do not demonstrate this kind of vocalisation and so a comparison between the zebra finch and chicken genomes has helped to identify where the genes directly involved in vocal learning are located.

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  • Chickens do not demonstrate this kind of vocalisation and so a comparison between the zebra finch and chicken genomes has helped to identify where the genes directly involved in vocal learning are located.

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  • Chickens do not demonstrate this kind of vocalisation and so a comparison between the zebra finch and chicken genomes has helped to identify where the genes directly involved in vocal learning are located.

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  • Chickens do not demonstrate this kind of vocalisation and so a comparison between the zebra finch and chicken genomes has helped to identify where the genes directly involved in vocal learning are located.

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  • Chickens do not demonstrate this kind of vocalisation and so a comparison between the zebra finch and chicken genomes has helped to identify where the genes directly involved in vocal learning are located.

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