What is another word for mouthpiece?

Pronunciation: [mˈa͡ʊθpiːs] (IPA)

Mouthpiece refers to a device used to produce sound on a musical instrument or a part of a telephone receiver meant for talking. However, it is also used to describe a person who speaks out for someone else as their representative or advocate. Some synonyms for mouthpiece include spokesperson, representative, advocate, agent, emissary, delegate, and proxy. These terms all refer to a person who speaks on behalf of someone, an organization, or a cause. Synonyms for mouthpiece in a musical context include reed, mouthpipe, and mouth hole. In telecommunications, it is also referred to as a handset or earpiece.

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Usage examples for Mouthpiece

I came to a spot where two tiny pieces of ice served as a mouthpiece.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
"Sit down, Edward, and keep quiet," he commanded, adding through the mouthpiece, "Yes.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford
In carefully chosen Vininese he spoke into the teleray mouthpiece.
"The Instant of Now"
Irving E. Cox, Jr.

Famous quotes with Mouthpiece

  • What I will learn over the years will be of benefit and interest to me personally but, as far as the program is concerned, I'm the mouthpiece of the viewers as well.
    Michael Aspel
  • Everyone says how Calvin and Hobbes is about a real kid, to me there's nothing real about it; it's an adult using a kid's body as a mouthpiece.
    Bill Griffith
  • The writer may very well serve a movement of history as its mouthpiece, but he cannot of course create it.
    Karl Marx
  • As Bob Dole found out, you can't keep a positive image while being your party's mouthpiece in Congress. That's why no legislative leader since James Madison has ever been elected president.
    Dick Morris
  • One bites into the brass mouthpiece of his wooden cudgel, and the other blows his cheeks out on a French horn. Do you call that Art?
    Franz Schubert

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