Definition of Spoken communication
1. Noun. (language) communication by word of mouth. "He recorded the spoken language of the streets"
Category relationships: Language, Linguistic Communication
Generic synonyms: Auditory Communication
Specialized synonyms: Words, Orthoepy, Pronunciation, Conversation, Discussion, Give-and-take, Word, Expression, Locution, Saying, Non-standard Speech, Idiolect, Monologue, Charm, Magic Spell, Magical Spell, Spell, Dictation, Monologue, Soliloquy
Lexicographical Neighbors of Spoken Communication
Literary usage of Spoken communication
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Cultural Competence for Evaluators: A Guide for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse edited by Mario A. Orlandi (1998)
"Oral Patterns The importance of oral or spoken communication to the ... The emphasis on spoken communication results in a highly developed auditory and ..."
2. The Musical World (1856)
"... finally merges the purport of the understanding of the original spoken communication into a purport of the feelings: but the moment of the communication ..."
3. Handbook of Severe Disability: A Text for Rehabilitation Counselors, Other edited by Walter C. Stolov, Michael R. Clowers (2000)
"Impairments in the speech frequencies interfere with the reception and interpretation of spoken communication. The counselor must remain aware that clients ..."
4. The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit: Sermons Preached and Revised by Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1876)
"If a man receives a written letter from his father or a friend, does he attach less importance to it than he would have done to a spoken communication ? ..."
5. The Popular Works of Johann Gottlieb Fichte by Johann Gottlieb Fichte (1889)
"But even for spoken communication, a Reader such as we have described is from the first wholly unfit How could such an one, habitually given up to absolute ..."
6. Negotiation: Methodology and Training by L. J. Nieuwmeijer (1992)
"... in less effective negotiation communication than spoken communication. Kleinke and Pohlen (1971) examined the effect of the communicator's command of ..."
7. A Treatise on the Law of Defamation: With Forms of Pleadings by George Wingrove Cooke (1844)
"Any written communication, injurious to a man's fame or dignity, is a libel; but a spoken communication is not a slander (a) in the legal meaning of the ..."
8. Thirty Years' View: Or, A History of the Working of the American Government by Thomas Hart Benton (1858)
"Certainly not ! and there is no difference between the written and the spoken communication—between the set speech and a conversation—between a thing made ..."