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Use "subvocally" in a sentence
"Activity recorded from this region was found to be modulated during trials requiring the patients to subvocally produce the past tense forms of verbs or to convert nouns between the singular and the plural, but not during trials in which the word was just repeated."
"Agamben would seem, so we'll find, to have given over his emphasis on voice, whose role — and with it, for us, that of subvocally engaged textuality — seems no longer directly engaged by a philosophy of the potential."
"Reading is memorized with the aid of murmur, mouthing the words subvocally as one turns the text over in one's memory; both Quintilian and Martianus Capella stress how murmur accompanies meditation."