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2 (usually as adjective voiced) Phonetics utter (a speech sound) with resonance of the vocal cords (e.g., b, d, g, v, z).
As slaves debate whether they should desert to the Union Army or stay on the plantation, various opinions are voiced and countered, and all are, ultimately, respected and affirmed (see Chapter II, "Contraband of War").
My use of singer when referring to the "I" experience voiced in a song is for convenience only.