Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of voicebox.

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Examples

  • These Elmo oddities remind me of the famous Barbie Liberation Organization action of 1993 when the group switched the voiceboxes of hundreds of Barbie and GI Joe dolls and placed them back on store shelves.

    Boing Boing

  • Severed from their voiceboxes, they stood only waiting for the end of the world, bearing witness for their dilapidated screen which was on its last behind them.

    Beyond Sky

  • What are all the remote-conTROLLed voiceboxes going to say now that Bush admitted the war was a mistake?

    Think Progress » Novak: President Bush knows

  • The article also mentions the famed "Math class is tough" Barbie (whose voiceboxes were swapped with some GI Joes in one of the most wonderful acts of industrial sabotage I've ever heard of).

    Feminist Philosophers

  • People treat them a lot rougher than other dogs, tend to rely on them more heavily as guard dogs, and it doesn't help at all that they've got weird voiceboxes and a lot of them vocalize affectively in a pitch that sounds like snarling.

    Sadly, No!

  • There won't be a musical instrument in sight, as The Human Beatbox Choir rely solely only the voiceboxes of eight of the UK's top jazz and soul vocalists including Natalie Williams and Basement Jaxx's Vula Malinga.

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  • Don’t be confusing semi-cool, retro, seventies hairstyles for golden voiceboxes.

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  • You’ll never look at mechanical voiceboxes the same after reading this one.

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