Expressed and Voiced

Expressed

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Expressed adjective – Communicated in words.
Voiced and expressed are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Voiced" instead the word "Expressed" as an adjective or a verb.
Nearby Words: express, expression, expressive, expressing, expressible
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Voiced

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Voiced adjective – Expressed or communicated by voice.
Expressed and voiced are semantically related. You can use "Expressed" instead the word "Voiced" as an adjective or a verb.
Nearby Words: voice, voicing
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  • Creator / Eve Myles The fourth series, subtitled Miracle Day, saw her move to Hollywood for the shooting, and she expressed interest in returning there.Outside of the Whoniverse, Eve Myles has acted in Belonging, Merlin, Little Dorrit, the second season of Broadchurch and she voiced the elf Merrill in Dragon Age II.
  • Satan is naturally demonic and deep-voiced, and has expressed interest in deleting the island, but also has plenty of friends, dresses in stupid outfits, and lives in a fluffy, bright apartment, so he's Affably Evil in the end.
  • This was something of a signature trope of the Hinchcliffe era, which delighted in demonstrating things were getting bad by having the powerful, deep-voiced, jolly Nightmare Fetishist seeming genuinely scared, though this was expressed through acting rather than dialogue for the most part.
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