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Things voice often describes (“voice ________”)
overs, quality, span, mail, recognition, over, choir, frequency, production, texture, band, parts, fugue, chorus, training, counterpoint, tone, setting, box, culture, choirs, canon, sounds, motets, communication, motet, services, writing, polyphony, off, verbs, sentences, settings, madrigals, response, three, hearers, gods, invention, composition, print, input, channel, version, concern, four, pieces, sentence, constructions, discourse, fugues, output, compositions, customer, works, communications, test, hearing, pipe, style, music, pitch, traffic, mass, god, inventions, coil, piece, textures, combinations, framework, testing, verb, singing, recording, construction, synthesizer, no., text, harmony, choruses, neglect, presentation, songs, chansons, transmission, combination, talk

Descriptive words:
low, loud, own, deep, soft, human, clear, sweet, quiet, inner, familiar, hoarse, strong, female, passive, gentle, shrill, calm, male, husky, harsh, pitched, beautiful, active, powerful, weak, pleasant, thin, gruff, rich, fine, strange, faint, angry, firm, muffled, musical, booming, feeble, sharp, authoritative, stern, flat, audible, broken, cheerful, melodious, hushed, slow, rough, cold, friendly, steady, hollow, louder, tremulous, sonorous, resonant, divine, feminine, authentic, subdued, dry, tired, solemn, lovely, disembodied, nasal, stentorian, raspy, thick, sad, strained, squeaky, choked

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Book See voice used in context: 100+ rhymes, 121 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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