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voice box

noun
1.
the larynx.
Origin of voice box
1910-1915
1910-15
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  • Whenever you like, you can blow out your breath between these folds of skin in your voice box.

    The Child's Day Woods Hutchinson
  • While the sound is being made, there will be a slight upward pulling of the voice box, a slight tugging at the voice box.

  • This tube is larger than your thumb and is named the larynx, or voice box.

    Health Lessons Alvin Davison
  • Of course the muscles of the mouth and throat, and the teeth and the tongue all help the voice box as much as they can.

    The Child's Day Woods Hutchinson
  • Always think twice before you let anything unpleasant or unkind come out of your voice box.

    The Child's Day Woods Hutchinson
  • From the voice box extends the windpipe called trachea, down to the lungs.

    Health Lessons Alvin Davison
British Dictionary definitions for voice box

voice box

noun
1.
another word for the larynx related adjective laryngeal
2.
Also called talkbox. an electronic guitar attachment with a tube into the player's mouth to modulate the sound vocally
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voice box in Science
voice box
  (vois)   
See larynx.
The American Heritage® Science Dictionary
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