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voic·es

phonophobia.

voices

(voys′ĕz)
In psychiatry, verbal-auditory hallucinations expressed as being heard by the patient.
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No, friend," said a pleasant and, as it seemed to Prince Andrew, a familiar voice, "what I say is that if it were possible to know what is beyond death, none of us would be afraid of it.
cried Dorothy, in a joyous voice, as she sprang out of the buggy and let Eureka run frolicking over the velvety grass.
Though he had heard my voice when I first addressed him, the sounds had come to him in a manner so contrary to his experience that he had made no answer, "seeing no man", as he expressed it, "and hearing a voice as it were from my own intestines.
There is one other voice I would fain listen to again," replied the lady, faintly.
The time elapsing between the hearing of the voices in contention and the breaking open of the room door, was variously stated by the witnesses.
The voices didn't join in this time, as she hadn't spoken, but to her great surprise, they all THOUGHT in chorus (I hope you understand what THINKING IN CHORUS means--for I must confess that I don't), 'Better say nothing at all.
We heard her low voice, and then, in a voice I did not recognise the answer:
Again the impression passed away, as he heard the voices collect near the spot where the white man had so reluctantly abandoned his rifle.
It can easily be seen that I only thought I heard the tiny voice say the words
He entered, as he had entered when he looked everywhere for "the man's voice.
Young," he said; "with a fair, sad face--with kind, tender eyes--with a soft, clear voice.
And then suddenly came a voice in his ear, a woman's voice,gentle and sweet, "If you would try to listen, comrade, perhaps you would be interested.