Definition of Spoken word

1. Noun. A word that is spoken aloud.

Exact synonyms: Vocable
Generic synonyms: Word



Spoken Word Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spoken Word

spoilt
spoilt for choice
spoke
spoke-shave
spoke in tongues
spoked
spokein
spokeless
spoken
spoken communication
spoken for
spoken in tongues
spoken language
spoken pause
spoken pauses
spoken word (current term)
spokes
spokesbear
spokescat
spokescats
spokescharacter
spokescharacters
spokescreature
spokescreatures
spokesdog
spokesdogs
spokeshave
spokeshaves
spokesman
spokesmanship

Literary usage of Spoken word

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1. Notes of Talks on Teaching: Given by Francis W. Parker, at the Martha's by Francis Wayland Parker, Lelia Ellen Patridge (1883)
"I PROPOSE to speak to-day of the use of the spoken word in assisting acts of ... It is very often urged that the spoken word is sufficient to recall its ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1920)
"Psychic motor aphasia (spoken word construction lost), loss of psychic mimicry ... Executive motor aphasia (spoken word utterance loss), loss of spoken word ..."

3. Advertising, Its Principles and Practice by Harry Tipper (1919)
"Advantage of Written Over spoken word When the proper analysis has been made, however, advertising possesses qualities which are entirely different from ..."

4. Advertising, Its Principles and Practice by Harry Tipper, Harry Levi Hollingworth, George Burton Hotchkiss, Frank Alvah Parsons (1919)
"Advantage of Written Over spoken word When the proper analysis has been made, however, advertising possesses qualities which are entirely different from ..."

5. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1901)
"The spoken word is only imperfectly symbolized by the visual word (p. 191). The spoken word is a whole only in the combination of its acoustic and ..."

6. The Christian Science Journal by Mary Baker Eddy (1910)
"THE spoken word CLARENCE W. ... The advent of Christian Science marks a new era in the history of the spoken word. It calls attention to the fact that the ..."

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