Voice, Soft

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Voice, Soft

 
  1. A gentle, circling voice, as a warm hand is gentle circling the wrist —Kaatje Hurlbut
  2. Her voice is a caress which strokes you like fingers —Jules Lemaître

    Lemaître, a critic, was describing actress Sarah Bernhardt’s voice.

  3. His voice died in a frail wistful sigh, like wind through a shutter —William Styron
  4. That beautiful voice which made everything she said sound like a caress —Virginia Woolf
  5. Voice … like a page of music —Pat Conroy
  6. Voice like dark brown velvet —Josephine Tey
  7. Voice like down feathers —William Diehl
  8. Voice … like liquid —Mark Helprin
  9. Voice … like melting honey —Jimmy Sangster
  10. Voice like thick soup —Edith Wharton
  11. Voices as soft and murmurous as wings —George Garrett
  12. Voice soft and cool as a prison yard —Joseph Wambaugh
  13. Voice soft and rich as that of a counselling angel —Henry James, letter to Thomas Sergeant Perry, November 1, 1863
  14. Voice soft as maple syrup running into a glass container —F. Scott Fitzgerald
  15. Voice … soothing as running water —Dorothy Parker
  16. When we spoke, it was softly, like TV cowboys expecting an ambush —Deborah Eisenberg
References in classic literature ?
But he, with his soft voice (for he is a courteous fellow, we must admit, my friend), he with his soft voice,
At last, when she came to the youngest, a soft voice cried: 'Dear mother, I am in the clock-case.
Then, in her sweet, soft voice, she said: "What ought I to do, Mr.
During a brief lull in the conversation his clear, soft voice suddenly reached Trent's ears.
At night, as the trapper lay tossing on his pallet, a soft voice whispered at the door of his lodge.
After that, as a matter of course and on general principles, she would have it out with Lumai, whose soft voice always was for quiet and repose, and who always, at the end of a tongue-lashing, took himself off to the canoe house for a couple of days.
Graham presented her hand to me, saying, with a soft voice, and by no means a disagreeable smile, - 'Let not the sun go down upon your wrath, Mr.
Probably the sight of those nervous fingers, of the muscles he had proved that morning at gymnastics, of the glittering eyes, the soft voice, and quivering jaws, convinced Vassenka better than any words.
About noon they stopped to allow Jim to rest in the shade of a pretty orchard, and while they plucked and ate some of the cherries and plums that grew there a soft voice suddenly said to them:
The first time I stopped to talk to her, I was astonished at her soft voice and easy, gentle ways.
Macalister was a big-boned fellow, much too short for his width, with a large, fleshy face and a soft voice.
The soft voice of Cecilia--suspiciously drowsy in tone--interposed in the interests of mercy.