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voiceful

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Pronunciation: /ˈvɔɪsfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

Definition of voiceful in English:

adjective

literary
Possessing a voice: the swelling of the voiceful sea
More example sentences
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • To northern commentators this ‘city of ruins, of desolation, of vacant houses, of rotting wharves, of deserted warehouses, of weed-wild gardens, of miles of grass-grown streets, of acres of pitiful and voiceful barrenness’ was a fitting end for the city where ‘Rebellion reared its head five years ago.’

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