- to voice.
- to change into a vowel (contrasted with consonantalize).
OTHER WORDS FROM vocalize
How to use vocalize in a sentence
As early as eight months of age, some infants behave in ways that appear to comfort other distressed babies, including looking at them, waving to them, vocalizing at them, and even reaching out to touch them.What Makes Baby Yoda So Lovable? - Facts So Romantic|Morgan K. Hoke & Douglas K. Smit|November 4, 2020|Nautilus
With just one acoustic receiver, it’s impossible to determine the number of whales vocalizing or to pinpoint their location within the channel.Whale ‘roadkill’ is on the rise off California. A new detection system could help.|Erik Olsen|September 29, 2020|Popular-Science
Vocalization does not make an artist, but there can be no artist without sound vocalization.Voice Production in Singing and Speaking|Wesley Mills
Dr. Coues says of it: "The kinglet's exquisite vocalization defies description."Bird Neighbors|Neltje Blanchan
Her delivery of 'Casta Diva' is a transcendent effort of vocalization.Great Singers, Second Series|George T. Ferris
This she did in a far-away voice, sweetly and with excellent vocalization, but the first notes startled Serviss.The Tyranny of the Dark|Hamlin Garland
Gerster undertaking the part of "Gilda," which she sang with rare delicacy and brilliancy of vocalization, so that "Brava's!"The Mapleson Memoirs, vol II|James H. Mapleson
British Dictionary definitions for vocalize
- to articulate (a speech sound) with voice
- to change (a consonant) into a vowel