Vocular
Vocule Voc"ule, n. [L. vocula, dim. of vox, vocis, voice.] (Phon.) A short or weak utterance; a faint or feeble sound, as that heard on separating the lips in pronouncing p or b. --Rush. -- {Voc"u*lar}, a. [1913 Webster]

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  • vocular — vocūlar /vokˈ/ adjective (rare) Vocal • • • Main Entry: ↑vocal …   Useful english dictionary

  • vocular — To describe someone who is cordially talkative and for whom conversing is very easy and comes naturally. My sister Margaret is really vocular today …   Dictionary of american slang

  • vocular — To describe someone who is cordially talkative and for whom conversing is very easy and comes naturally. My sister Margaret is really vocular today …   Dictionary of american slang

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