voice (n.) Old form(s): voyce , voyces
shout of acclamation, cry of applause
TC I.iii.382[Ulysses to Nestor, of the prospect of Ajax defeating Hector] We'll dress him up in voices
Tit I.i.233[Titus to all] With voices and applause of every sort, / Patricians and plebeians, we create / Lord Saturninus Rome's great emperor
Tit V.iii.139[Aemilius to all, of electing Lucius] The common voice do cry it shall be so [or: sense 1]
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