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The word "voice" can be used to refer to:

  • Literature and language:
    • The tone of a piece of writing, influenced by its point of view.
    • In grammar, voice is a verb-form that indicates the relationship between the subject and the action expressed by the verb. See grammatical voice

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Voice Disorders (1058 words)
It is important to be cautious with your voice during an episode of laryngitis, because the swelling of the vocal cords increases the risk for serious injury such as blood in the vocal cords or formation of vocal cord nodules, polyp, or cysts.
Benign noncancerous growths on the vocal cords are caused by voice misuse or overuse and from trauma or injury to the vocal cords.
Percussive speaking, a voice too loud or focusing on the first syllable of each word, is another improper speaking technique that may result in injury or trauma to the vocal cords and muscles causing “vocal fatigue”.
Voice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (313 words)
In phonetics and phonology, a phone or phoneme is said to be voiced if it is produced with the vocal folds vibrating.
In grammar, voice is a verb-form that indicates the relationship between the subject and the action expressed by the verb.
Voice, a plot element of the Dune universe
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