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vocal British & World English

Relating to the human voice

vocal English Thesaurus

Neanderthal man could produce a reasonable range of vocal sounds

vocal sac British & World English

(In many male frogs) a loose fold of skin on each side of the mouth, which can be inflated to produce sound

vocal cords British & World English

Folds of membranous tissue which project inwards from the sides of the larynx to form a slit across the glottis in the throat, and whose edges vibrate in the airstream to produce the voice

vocal score British & World English

A musical score showing the voice parts in full, but with the accompaniment reduced or omitted

subvocal British & World English

Relating to or denoting an unarticulated level of speech comparable to thought

vocal folds in vocal cords British & World English

Folds of membranous tissue which project inwards from the sides of the larynx to form a slit across the glottis in the throat, and whose edges vibrate in the airstream to produce the voice