revoice

[ ree-vois ]
/ riˈvɔɪs /

verb (used with object), re·voiced, re·voic·ing.

to voice again or in return; echo.
to readjust the tone of: to revoice an organ pipe.

Nearby words

  1. revivify,
  2. reviviscence,
  3. revivor,
  4. revocable,
  5. revocation,
  6. revoke,
  7. revolt,
  8. revolting,
  9. revolute,
  10. revolution

Origin of revoice

First recorded in 1600–10; re- + voice

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British Dictionary definitions for revoice

revoice

/ (riːˈvɔɪs) /

verb (intr)

to utter again; echo
to adjust the design of (an organ pipe or wind instrument) as after disuse or to conform with modern pitch
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