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A female voice answered the phone.
We could hear voices in the next apartment.
He tried to keep the irritation out of his voice.
a man with a deep/soft/loud voice
The woman at the desk greeted him in a bored voice.
I knew from his tone of voice that he was extremely annoyed.
Phillips called back later, and this time there was real irritation in his voice.
I have a cold – I think I’m losing my voice.
My father had a fine bass voice.
You’re in good voice tonight!
an arrangement for piano and four voices
The apartheid system left the majority of the population without a political voice.
Parents should have a voice in any changes to the school curriculum.
Her article gave voice to the anger felt by many local people.
The voice of ordinary party members was rarely listened to.
Anti-capitalist groups used street protests as a way of making their voices heard.
The paper sees itself as the authentic voice of Middle England.
The senator has long been a voice of reason on this issue.