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[vois-fuh l]
  1. having a voice, especially a loud voice; sounding; sonorous.
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Origin of voiceful

First recorded in 1605–15; voice + -ful
Related formsvoice·ful·ness, noun
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Historical Examples

  • Most welcome: for he was voiceful enough on other and his proper subjects.

    Matthew Arnold

    George Saintsbury

  • He was untiring in his praises of "Tavy's voiceful stream (to whom I owe more strains than from my pipe can ever flow)."

  • You may choose which liberty you will, and restraint of voiceful rock, or the dumb and edgeless shore of darkened sand.

British Dictionary definitions for voiceful


adjective poetic
  1. endowed with a voice, esp of loud quality
  2. full of voices
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Derived Formsvoicefulness, noun
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