spoke (part of speech: verb)
- The waiter vocalized his attitude with the brief assertion that there was " nothin' doin'." - "Sundown Slim", Henry Hubert Knibbs.
- Thus vocalized the able lips. - "Somewhere in Red Gap", Harry Leon Wilson.
- As the voice assumes the intenser modes of force, the vocal organs become more and more compressed, and utterance is more and more labored; the breath forced out cannot all be vocalized; the voice becomes less and less pure, and manifests itself in the aspirate and guttural qualities. - "The Ontario Readers: The High School Reader, 1886", Ministry of Education.