lower voice

lower one's voice

Fig. to speak more softly. Please lower your voice or you'll disturb the people who are working. He wouldn't lower his voice, so everyone heard what he said.
See also: lower, voice
References in classic literature ?
Do you happen to know, Mrs Clennam,' Affery's liege lord then demanded in a much lower voice, and with an amount of expression that seemed quite out of proportion to the simple purpose of his words, 'where she lives?
Again, to get away from the density of my voice, just the intensity of it, it's so loud, it's so intense, it's so direct - so singing more softly, singing in falsetto, singing under the voice in a lower voice, finding new sounds, so that it was still me, but it sounded different.
Again, to get away from the density of my voice, it's so loud, it's so intense, it's so direct - so singing more softly, singing in falsetto, singing under the voice in a lower voice, finding new sounds, so that it was still me, but it sounded different.
Unlike boys, girls don't have to readjust to a dramatically lower voice during adolescence.
6 per cent as data sales failed to make up for lower voice prices, according to telco lobby ETNO.
643bn due to lower voice revenues in both mobile and fixed segments.
Revenue decline was mainly due to lower voice revenues in both mobile and fixed segments that were mostly compensated for by continued growth in data and internet segments," it said in a statement.
When he was in his twenties he began having testosterone injections, giving him facial hair, a lower voice and altering his sexual organs.
In a lower voice, reassuringly, he added, "At the absolute maximum.
In addition, voice to email substitution, lower voice pricing and competition from alternative providers, have contributed to lower maritime revenues year over year.
Then, in a much lower voice, one that was firm and could be heard only by the graduates, he would say, "Keep moving.
Telecom Egypt's retail segment will likely be flat over the next five years as lower voice revenue should be offset an anticipated strong growth in internet and data revenue, the brokerage said in a note dated Nov 28.
It's easier for a lower voice to create vocal excitement in music written for a higher voice than it is for a higher voice "singing down"--hence the diminished effect of most downward transpositions.
7% in the year, with lower voice revenues and continued "intense" competition partially offset by higher messaging and data revenues.
The second most-frequently mentioned hurdle (up 3 percent from two years ago) is the lower voice quality and availability of VoIP solutions.
Full browser ?