Definition of Phonated

1. Verb. (past of phonate) ¹



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Definition of Phonated

1. phonate [v] - See also: phonate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Phonated

phonable
phonacoscope
phonacoscopy
phonaemic
phonaemic regression
phonaestheme
phonaesthemes
phonaesthesia
phonaesthetic
phonal
phonarteriogram
phonarteriography
phonascetics
phonasthenia
phonate
phonated (current term)
phonates
phonathon
phonathons
phonating
phonation
phonations
phonatory
phonautogram
phonautograms
phonautograph
phonautographs
phone
phone-in
phone-in show

Literary usage of Phonated

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1. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1897)
"Finally, when admitted he was pretty constantly and completely aphonie, though occasionally a syllable would be faintly phonated. Movement of the legs was ..."

2. Clinical Journal (1897)
"sionally a syllable would be faintly phonated. Movement of the legs was normal, knee-jerks were very lively indeed, and there was severe general jerk of the ..."

3. The Laryngoscope by American Laryngological, Rhinological, and Otological Society (1908)
"The patient phonated differently on different occasions, uttering sometimes unearthly sounds, and at other times phonated quite properly. MR. ..."

4. The Year-book for Colorists and Dyers: Presenting a Review of the Year's by Herman A Metz (1904)
"These new halogen bodies c^an be prepared by treating the aforementioned sul- phonated coloring-matters in the condition either of the free acid or of their ..."

5. Year Book by Carnegie Institution of Washington (1906)
"The precipitate on treatment with an excess of the sul- phonated salt did not go into solution. On analysis, after drying under similar circumstances, ..."

6. The Principles of Language-study by Harold E. Palmer (1921)
"... have to repeat and have thereby gained a certain degree of confidence, let them proceed to reproduce singly what they have previously phonated together. ..."

7. Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis: A Treatise on the Properties, Modes of by Alfred Henry Allen (1917)
"... drin which removes Light Green SF Yellowish and similar strongly sul- phonated triphenylmethane greens. ..."

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