- of, relating to, or using ventriloquism.
Also ven·tril·o·qual [ven-tril-uh-kwuh l] /vɛnˈtrɪl ə kwəl/.
Origin of ventriloquial
1830–40; ventriloquy + -al1
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Examples from the Web for ventriloquial
And doing the ventriloquial trick so successfully upon you, too!The Riddle of the Spinning Wheel
Mary E. Hanshew
Probably his ventriloquial powers are cultivated not for popular entertainment, but to lure intruders away from his nest.
They rank among our finest songsters, with ventriloquial and imitative powers added to sweetness of tone.
The worst of Weirisome making our flesh creep by his ventriloquial talents is, that we get a little mixed about his points.
The note of this little bird seems to be of a ventriloquial character like that of the landrail or corncrake.The Swan and Her Crew
George Christopher Davies