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use or application of an accent; the relative prominence of syllables in a phrase or utterance accentuation
very loud utterance (like the sound of an animal) bellow , bellowing , holla , holler , hollering , hollo , holloa , roar , roaring , yowl
loud utterance; often in protest or opposition call , cry , outcry , shout , vociferation , yell
any utterance produced simultaneously by a group chorus
polite utterance civility , pleasantry
harsh hoarse utterance (as of a frog) croak , croaking
characteristic utterance of an animal cry
loud utterance of emotion (especially when inarticulate) cry , yell
abrupt excited utterance exclaiming , exclamation
utterance of sounds expressing great joy exultation , jubilation , rejoicing
utterance expressing pain or disapproval groan , moan
gruff or angry utterance (suggestive of the growling of an animal) growling
long loud emotional utterance howl , howling , ululation
(Sanskrit) literally a `sacred utterance' in Vedism; one of a collection of orally transmitted poetic hymns mantra
long utterance by one person (especially one that prevents others from participating in the conversation) monologue
word or utterance of one syllable monosyllabic word , monosyllable
soft indistinct utterance mumble
act of nasalizing; the utterance of sounds modulated by the nasal resonators nasalisation , nasalization
profane or obscene utterance oath
tense used to express action that is on-going at the time of utterance present progressive , present progressive tense
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