raise one's voice in English

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Use "raise ones voice" in a sentence

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1. Object warlike raise one's hand.

2. 14 They will raise their voice,

3. The power to make one's voice Autotuned

4. They raise their voice clear to Jaʹhaz,+

5. Raise one's wine cup bring here and will do.

6. What does Controvert mean? To raise arguments against; voice opposition to

7. Soon “every breathing thing” will raise its voice in praise to Jehovah.

8. I hope to raise my voice, and I hope to open those doors.

9. Do not raise your voice or frown, but speak in a calm manner.

10. 20 As he did so, he heard Angel One's harsh voice shout something unintelligible.

11. 11 Jehovah will raise his voice before his army,+ for his camp is very numerous.

12. Despite the heavy consumption of intoxicants, no one's voice ever rose above a husky whisper.

13. 78 synonyms for Bawl: shout, call, scream, roar, yell, howl, bellow, bay, clamour, holler, raise your voice

14. Others sharing in the toast may voice their agreement or raise their glasses and drink some wine.

15. When Tex Hex took over the town, Clodhopper was the only person who dared to raise his voice against Hex

16. Can you raise your voice even to the cloud, so that a heaving mass of water itself may cover you? . . .

17. Corpses raise questions, questions raise armies.

18. Blogger Ivonne Acosta from Sin Mordazas was the first to raise the voice of alarm, summarizing the administrative order in this post:

19. West End actors, Gospel divas, and Rock singers use Belting to raise the performance temperature and give voice to the strongest emotions

20. I raise up my voice-not so I can shout but so that those without a voice can be heard...we cannot succeed when half of us are held back. Malala Yousafzai 

21. A Blot on (one's) escutcheon A stain or mark against one's reputation or that of one's family

22. At (one's) Command Among one's available resources or skills

23. Stale images cancel one's perception and deviate one's motivation.

24. It is difficult to reconcile one's statements with one's conduct.

25. Be prepared to put one's hand in one's pocket.