voice (n.) Old form(s): voyce , voyces
talk, rumour, opinion
H8 III.ii.405[Cromwell to Wolsey, of Anne] the voice is now / Only about her coronation
H8 IV.ii.11.2[Griffith to Katherine, of how Wolsey died] Well, the voice goes, madam
H8 V.iii.175[King Henry to Cranmer] The common voice ... is verified / Of thee
Oth I.iii.223[Duke to Othello] opinion ... throws a more safer voice on you
TN I.v.249[Olivia to Viola as Cesario, of Orsino] [he is] of fresh and stainless youth, / In voices well divulged
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