Definition of Small voice
1. Noun. An inner voice that judges your behavior.
Generic synonyms: Conscience, Moral Sense, Scruples, Sense Of Right And Wrong
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Literary usage of Small voice
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1. A Treasury of Canadian Verse: With Brief Biographical Notes by Theodore Harding Rand (1900)
"A STILL small voice IN the silence of the morning, through the softly- rising mist, As the chrysolite of dawning ripened into amethyst, Came a voice so ..."
2. In These Latter Days by Hubert Howe Bancroft (1917)
"It was the same still small voice that Elijah heard, as he lay cast down ... To them spake the still small voice. Tt was not the loss of property that hurt. ..."
3. Personal Recollections of the American Revolution: A Private Journal by Lydia Minturn Post (1859)
"These comforting words have been in my thoughts this day, making me peaceful. I have listened to the still small voice within me. ..."
4. The Sacred Mountains by Joel Tyler Headley (1847)
"... there arose " a still small voice," the like of which had never met his ear before. It was " small and still," but it thrilled the prophet's frame with ..."