Voce in a sentence

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How to use voce in a sentence. Voce pronunciation.

For it often falls out that, on the contrary, every one will rather choose to be prating of another man's province than his own, thinking it so much new reputation acquired; witness the jeer Archidamus put upon Pertander, "that he had quitted the glory of being an excellent physician to gain the repute of a very bad poet.-[Plutarch, Apoth. of the Lacedaemonians, 'in voce' Archidamus.]-And do but observe how large and ample Caesar is to make us understand his inventions of building bridges and contriving engines of war,-[De Bello Gall., iv.
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He knew that he had done well, and though the second part of the examination was viva voce and he was more nervous, he managed to answer the questions adequately.
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They answered him, We have indeed heard it, but have not understood the devil so much as one circumstance of the case; and therefore we beseech you, una voce, and in courtesy request you that you would give sentence as you think good, and, ex nunc prout ex tunc, we are satisfied with it, and do ratify it with our full consents.
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Then, _sotto voce_, to Mr. Reardon: "Kick her ahead, Terry.
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Vi ja povas plendi _sotta voce_[2], kiom ajn vi volas.
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For it often falls out that, on the contrary, every one will rather choose to be prating of another man's province than his own, thinking it so much new reputation acquired; witness the jeer Archidamus put upon Pertander, "that he had quitted the glory of being an excellent physician to gain the repute of a very bad poet.-[Plutarch, Apoth. of the Lacedaemonians, 'in voce' Archidamus.]-And do but observe how large and ample Caesar is to make us understand his inventions of building bridges and contriving engines of war,-[De Bello Gall.
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I want you to avoid that fellow, Alicia," he growled _sotto voce_, as he intercepted a bright matutinal smile that the fair Alicia sent as a morning greeting to Girard, who had just entered and taken his seat at a distance.
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Ma tu almeno potrai dalla gelosa Irremeabil soglia, ove s' asconde, La sua tenera udir voce pietosa.
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Bartlett, at the Zoological Gardens, I feel sure, would advise you infinitely better about hardiness, intellect, price, etc., of monkey than F. Buckland; but with him it must be viva voce.
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This last was sotto voce, and had the effect of making Martha bounce out of the room, to be followed and soothed by her lover.
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Christianis ritibus aliquãdo ritè instituta, quàm sui sibilis & susurris exitialibus, voce vel scripto, non aliqua ex parte contaminarint.
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But come, my poor Claude, I see you are too sick for such deep subjects; so let us while away the time by picking the brains of this tall handsome boy at the helm, who is humming a love-song to himself sotto voce, lest it should be overheard by the grey-headed father, who is forward, poring over his Wesleyan hymn-book.
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The old crude viva voce system of Henchard, in which everything depended upon his memory, and bargains were made by the tongue alone, was swept away.
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Her relations with Ditmar were suspected, after all, made the subject of the kind of comment indulged in, sotto voce, by Lottie Myers and her friends at the luncheon hour.
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His notion seemed to be, though heaven forbid that I should say that he ever put it formally before himself-" "Or anything else," said Templeton, sotto voce.
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Thus Alexander Gil, head-master of St. Paul’s School, in his book, _Logonomia Anglica_, 1621, _Preface_: Huc usque peregrinæ voces in linguâ Anglicâ inauditæ.
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If she had written all this to me instead of coming and delivering it viva voce, it would probably have produced no effect; there would have been no tears, no ravishing features.
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The whole school was assembled in the big schoolroom, and Mr. Cardew, both the Misses Ponsonby being present, examined _viva voce_. One Monday morning, after Catharine had been a month at the school, Mr. Cardew came as usual.
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Prodigium hoc quidemst: humana nos voce appellant oves.
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Here rests a young lady, of a good family, who would always make her voice heard in society, and when she sang "Mi manca la voce,"[1] it was the only true thing she ever said in her life.
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Examples of Voce

Example #1
His exploits sufficiently prove him a great captain, and that he knew well enough; but he would be thought an excellent engineer to boot; a quality something different, and not necessary to be expected in him.
Example #2
An Italian translation of Propertius, ii.
Example #3
He sent a triumphant telegram to Mildred when the result was announced.
Example #4
There was nothing in either of the papers that gave him trouble.
Example #5
For me, do not spare me; I do not value the labour, so I may serve you.
Example #6
Well, my masters, said Pantagruel, seeing you are so pleased, I will do it; but I do not truly find the case so difficult as you make it.