/ˈvoʊ kəˌlɪz əm/
a vowel, diphthong, triphthong, or vowel quality, as in a syllable.
the system of vowels of a language.
the use of the voice, as in speech or song.
the act, principles, or art of singing.
the exercise of the voice, as in singing or speaking
singing, esp in respect to technique or skill
a. a voiced speech sound, esp a vowel
b. a system of vowels as used in a language
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Voices follow character, and nothing is better than a superb vocalism.
Though her sound was not always attractive, this was visceral, blazing and deeply affecting vocalism.
All the vocalism evidenced long drill and much care.