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- noun One who
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- noun an organism that can utter vocal sounds
- noun a person who sings
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“We are pleased to visit,” the Ambassador answered, its voice a whispery burble coming from a slender vocalizer gill between his eye stalks.
Spittle continued to dribble from its vocalizer gill, while its arms flopped round like landed fish inside their cybernetic casings.
He unreeled the tape a bit, ran it through the vocalizer, which he turned down to a whisper, then placed it within the Bard's vitals.
The vocalizer made meaningless noises and Harker realized he had shouted in Anglic.
While his Anglic was fluent, he used a vocalizer to convert the sounds he could make into clearly human tones.
The vocalizer on his breast rendered the sounds he made into. soprano cadenzas and arpeggios, the speech of Lenidel.
Yvonne had worked out the plausible phrases, and spent patient hours with vocalizer and recorder until they seemed right.
A vocalizer converted the buzzes and whistles from its lower beak into recognizable Anglic syllables.
Rrinn said into a vocalizer from the cache house: "How foresaw you, new skyswimmer, that any among us would know Eriau?"
On the way back, he appropriated a vocalizer and a pair of sound recorders.