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Use "give voice" in a sentence
"One of the key components of grief work is to give voice to the loss, but several other studies done by the Stroebes indicated that talking about the death of a marital partner or otherwise disclosing emotions did not help people adjust to that loss any better."
"There is not one of these brave mouth-fighters that would have dared to give voice to such lying bravado whilst the Kid lived, though he were chained in a cell; not one of them that, were he on their track, would not have set the prairie on fire to get out of his reach, and, in their fright, extinguished it again as they ran, leaving a wet trail behind."
"Expositor, a paper established by seceders from Mormonism to give voice to the wide indignation caused by the promulgation of Smith's revelation of 12 July, 1843, establishing polygamy, which had been practised personally by the prophet for several years."