vocalise  

  • Pronunciation of vocalise: V OW1 K AH0 L AY0 Z ('voʊ,kəlaɪz)

  • Number of syllables of vocalise: 3

  • Pronunciation Video of vocalise

  • Definition of vocalise

    • (v): utter speech sounds  
    • (v): utter with vibrating vocal chords  
    • (v): express or state clearly  
    • (v): pronounce as a vowel; "between two consonants, this liquid is vowelized"  
    • (v): sing with one vowel  
  • Examples of vocalise

    • He briefly sings from off stage before coming on stage for the final vocalise.  
    • And apparently she has vocalise up to a D7 sharp during warm ups.  
    • As you inhale, vocalise the mantra HAM.  
    • Vocalise dates back to the mid 18th century.  
    • ANd sopranos are encouraged to vocalise up into the whistle register.  
    • Among his most popular songs is the wordless Vocalise.  
    • The singing of vocalise is called vocalization.  
    • Or nobody who is prepared anymore to vocalise disagreement.  

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