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Give voice   /gɪv vɔɪs/   Listen
Give voice

verb
1.
Put into words or an expression.  Synonyms: articulate, formulate, phrase, word.






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"Give voice" Quotes from Famous Books



... drops on thy tomb From the fountain I pour; With the rune I invoke thee, With flame I restore. Dread Father of men, In the land of thy grave, Give voice to the Vala, And light to ...
— Harold, Complete - The Last Of The Saxon Kings • Edward Bulwer-Lytton

... moaning, the gnashing of teeth, the howling, the crashing and bursting, the wailing and cursing and agonising in death, because their ears are filled with the murmur of everyday affairs. These blind and deaf ones are sick, not I. Sick are those dumb beings whose soul can give voice neither to compassion nor to ...
— The Forerunners • Romain Rolland

... and put the whole savour of his countryside into his tragic and passionate stories. A peasant, who writes about peasants and poor people, with a curiosity of style which not only packs his vocabulary with difficult words, old or local, and with unheard of rhythms, chosen to give voice to some never yet articulated emotion, but which drives him into oddities of printing, of punctuation, of the very shape of his accents! A page of Cladel has a certain visible uncouthness, and at first ...
— Figures of Several Centuries • Arthur Symons

... fancied that she was not. But why? Do you suppose she has left us deliberately? or—". He paused uncertain whether or not to give voice to his suspicions. ...
— The Inn at the Red Oak • Latta Griswold

... challenged opposition, and Maimonides' opponents did not hesitate to give voice to their deep indignation, ...
— Jewish Literature and Other Essays • Gustav Karpeles

... exhibition was to give voice to a growing sentiment against public hangings. The next issue of the Freeman's Journal protested against such spectacles as demoralizing, and suggested a movement in the State legislature to amend the law. Kelley's was in fact the last public ...
— The Story of Cooperstown • Ralph Birdsall

... seemed as if she had not done speaking—as if there was another thought near the surface. But she did not give voice to it, and he turned away. The sound of the horse's feet on the gravel did not arouse her from the reverie into which she had fallen; and long after it had died away, leaving only the hum of insect life and the distant ceaseless song of the surf, Jocelyn Gordon sat apparently watching the dancing ...
— With Edged Tools • Henry Seton Merriman

... clutches. Europe is also dabbling a little in Renaissance ideals and Renaissance beasts. It is busily working away, so to speak, on its own rascalization. But America is in advance by ten horse lengths. Europe's Cesare Borgias sit in the cafes with Glockenroecken a la Biedermaier and give voice to their criminal genius in fairly innocent verses. They all look sickly, as if a barber had cupped all the blood out of their veins. If Europe wants to save herself, she has only one hope—to make a law by which it will be a crime to surrender an adventurer, an embezzler, ...
— Atlantis • Gerhart Hauptmann

... with a spirit of lofty patriotism, Morse never failed, even in the midst of overwhelming cares, to give voice to warnings which he considered necessary. Replying to an invitation to be present at a public ...
— Samuel F. B. Morse, His Letters and Journals - In Two Volumes, Volume II • Samuel F. B. Morse

... Englishman endowed, by a fortunate chance, with matchless powers of expression. He is not silent or dull; but he understands silent men, and he enters into the minds of dull men. Moreover, the Englishman seems duller than he is. It is a point of pride with him not to be witty and not to give voice to his feelings. The shepherd Corin, who was never in court, has the true philosophy. 'He that hath learned no wit by nature nor art may complain of good breeding or comes of a ...
— England and the War • Walter Raleigh

... performance, but criticized its spirit and execution in parts. When the scene of the magical garden was discovered and the floral maidens came rushing in he leaned forward in his chair, and when the pretty bustle reached its height he could wait no longer to give voice to his admiration. "Ah!" he exclaimed in a whisper, "there's atmosphere! There's fragrance and grace!" The music of the drama was familiar to New Yorkers from many concert performances. Once, indeed, there ...
— Chapters of Opera • Henry Edward Krehbiel

... no synonym That can give voice to my ignoble state. To be a thing for eyes to gaze upon, Yet held an outcast from thy heart and mind; To hear my beauty praised but not my worth; To come and go at Pleasure's beck and call, While barred from Wisdom's conclaves! Think ye THAT A noble calling for a noble dame? Why, any concubine ...
— Poems of Progress • Ella Wheeler Wilcox

... tenderness or in passion, the melodies of love; he can fill his lines with the fire, the stress, the culminating fury, of prophetic denunciation; he can utter the sad and secret questionings of the human spirit, and give voice to the solemnity of Fate. In the long roll and vast swell of his verse there is something of the ocean—a moving profundity of power. His sonorous music, with its absolute sureness of purpose, and its contrapuntal art, recalls the vision in Paradise ...
— Landmarks in French Literature • G. Lytton Strachey



Words linked to "Give voice" :   cast, word, formularise, formularize, couch, express, evince, phrase, lexicalise, redact, dogmatize, frame, dogmatise, put, show, ask, articulate, lexicalize



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