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Definition of "vocally" []

  • Of, relating to, or designed for the voice (adjective)
  • Produced or delivered by the voice (adjective)
  • Connected with an attribute or the production of the voice (adjective)
  • Frequently disposed to outspoken speech, criticism, etc (adjective)
  • Full of sound or voices (adjective)
  • Endowed with a voice (adjective)
  • Eloquent or meaningful (adjective)
  • Of or relating to a speech sound (adjective)
  • Of or relating to a voiced speech sound, esp a vowel (adjective)
  • A piece of jazz or pop music that is sung (noun)
  • A performance of such a piece of music (noun)
  • The part of a piece of pop music that is sung (noun)
  • In a vocal manner (adverb)

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  • Using words (adverb)

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Use "vocally" in a sentence
  • "The Los Angeles Times blog on May 12 reported that Ron Paul supporters “hope to demonstrate their disagreements with McCain vocally at the convention through platform fights and an attempt to get Paul a prominent speaking slot.”"
  • "Myth-debunking is an important activity for moms to be able to engage in vocally, not secretively and in guilt."
  • "They hope to demonstrate their disagreements with McCain vocally at the convention through platform fights and an attempt to get Paul a prominent speaking slot."
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