give voice to something

give voice to (something)

To share one's thoughts or feelings. When we left the office, Sally gave voice to her fear that promotions are unfairly awarded out in our department.
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give ˈvoice to something

express your feelings, worries, etc: The speaker stopped, allowing the crowd time to give voice to their frustration and feelings.
See also: give, something, voice
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Does it heal you, make you feel better, give voice to something you don't have words for?
I wanted something that would give voice to something we only view from afar here….perhaps it sounds cliche or…I don't know what…to say that watching what is happening to Syria and the whole region makes my heart beyond words, but it does…and what can I do from where I am except raise my voice against this somehow.
Churlish as it was, Thomas did give voice to something many had mused upon but had kept to themselves.