Voice, Effect of

Voice, Effect of

 
  1. Accent which tortured me as much as a fiddle with a soft G string or a clarinet reed blown through bubbles of saliva —Harvey Swados
  2. Her low voice soothed him like honey in whiskey —Rita Mae Brown
  3. Her voice curled around Melinda like a damp tongue —Jessamyn West
  4. His father’s voice entered Ben’s ear like an icepick —Pat Conroy
  5. His loud clear voice fell on her ears soft as snow —Margaret Millar
  6. Loud voice that scrapes over our nerves like a brush —Erich Maria Remarque
  7. The shrill voices stung her eardrums like sharp pebbles —Paul Kuttner
  8. The sound of her voice drove itself into his senses like a spike —Kaatje Hurlbut
  9. Voice … irritating to the nerves like the pitiless clamour of the pneumatic drill —W. Somerset Maugham
  10. Voices hitting the wall like stones —Maya Angelou
  11. The voices were unnerving, like the dark come to life —Martin Cruz Smith
  12. The voice (of a platoon leader) would buzz against his ear like a passing insect, undefined and rather annoying —Norman Mailer
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