from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Having a voice, especially a loud voice; resounding.
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- adj. vocal; sounding
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a voice or vocal quality; having a loud voice or many voices; vocal; sounding.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a voice; vocal; sounding.
It would be beyond the scope of this essay to deal with the complexities of both Richard Rufus 'treatment of this question as well as Roger Bacon's voiceful criticisms of the notion of the
Still the sail swells to the voiceful breeze; the high mast bends with hideous creak, and every separate rib in the huge fabric quivers.
Pete looked forward with white-hot impatience to the day of his trip to the trading-station; twelve hours of relief, it would mean, from the worst pressure of his torment -- twelve hours of merciful solitude in the old, voiceful friendliness of his forest trail.
There is no equivalent for the word in the Chinook tongue, but the gestures of his voiceful hands so expressed the quality of something between magnetism and charm that I have selected this word
There is no equivalent for the word in the Chinook tongue, but the gestures of his voiceful hands so expressed the quality of something between magnetism and charm that I have selected this word "lure" as best fitting what he wished to convey.
She wondered if old dreams could haunt rooms -- if, when one left forever the room where she had joyed and suffered and laughed and wept, something of her, intangible and invisible, yet nonetheless real, did not remain behind like a voiceful memory.
Jopas, but of who could tell how many singing hearts, lyric with joy and love and still voiceful here in these strange halls?
I sit here up in the hills and the sea and the air are voiceful, a seething and moaning of the wind and weather, cruel to listen to.
A mile beyond, back of a great cloud of dust, He found a drove of cattle, and back of these, hot and voiceful, came the good Bishop
One's sympathies, however, are almost immediately enlisted in the interest and fortunes of a young and voiceful pig, which, poised in the blue, unwillingly experiences for the moment the fate of the coffin of the