Definition of Revoice

1. v. t. To refurnish with a voice; to refit, as an organ pipe, so as to restore its tone.



Definition of Revoice

1. Verb. (transitive) to voice again ¹

2. Verb. (Internet transitive) To restore the voice flag to a user on IRC, allowing them to send messages to the channel again. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Revoice

1. voice [v -VOICED, -VOICING, -VOICES] - See also: voice

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Revoice

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Literary usage of Revoice

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1. Elson's Music Dictionary: Containing the Definition and Pronunciation of by Louis Charles Elson (1905)
"revoice. To repair an organ-pipe so as to restore its proper quality of tone. RH In pianoforte music used to indicate the right hand. ..."

2. Elson's Music Dictionary: Containing the Definition and Pronunciation of by Louis Charles Elson (1905)
"revoice. To repair an organ-pipe so as to restore its proper quality of tone. RH In pianoforte music used to indicate the right hand. ..."

3. Elson's Music Dictionary: Containing the Definition and Pronunciation of by Louis Charles Elson (1905)
"revoice. To repair an organ-pipe so as to restore its proper quality of tone. RH In pianoforte music used to indicate the right hand. ..."

4. Christian Unity at Work: The Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in by Charles S. Macfarland (1913)
"... to reconceive their own mission, to revoice their own evangel, to replan their own program. Already American Christianity is putting first things first. ..."

5. America's Lab Report: Investigations in High School Science by Susan R. Singer, Margaret L. Hilton, Heidi A. Schweingruber (2006)
"They might pose alternate examples or theories, or "revoice" a student's contribution, saying, for example, "Let me see if I've got your idea right. ..."

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