Definition of subvocally in English:



Psychology Philosophy

See subvocal

  • ‘If so, it may not be too long before students start getting detention for talking subvocally in class.’
  • ‘Before proceeding, the user should repeat the sentence vocally, subvocally, and mentally.’
  • ‘Interviewers show ability to transmit a complete, detailed, subvocally perceptible answer co-occurrent to the question.’
  • ‘Exhale while making the sound heeeee subvocally, flattening first your chest, then your solar plexus, and finally your lower abdomen.’
  • ‘In their first experiment, scientists ‘trained’ special software to recognize six words and 10 digits that the researchers repeated subvocally.’